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Last night in Atlanta, The Source Magazine celebrated the release of their annual Power 30 issue with a performance from Machine Gun Kelly at the Microsoft Store courtesy of The Gray Area. It was interesting to say the least. Organizers involved with The Source promised a two to three song performance from Machine Gun Kelly at the Microsoft Store in Lenox Mall, standing next to the DJ. For anyone who has ever seen MGK perform, they know that a performance from Kelly just standing next to anyone is a rarity.

As MGK got ready to perform his Young Jeezy-assisted “Hold On, (Shut Up),” the Bad Boy rapper jumped and stomped on the tables that held expensive laptops and tablets on them. When staff and police attempted to get the artist off of the tables, they were greeted with one half of the peace sign.

Soon afterwards, Police and Microsoft staff pulled the plug on Kelly by shutting down the DJ and cutting his microphone off. Check out the exclusive footage below.


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