Atlanta: “Wild ‘N Out” ATL Barbershop Pop-Up Was Hilarious (Photographs)

Yesterday, MTV’sWild ‘N Out” hosted a pop-up activation with Harlem style at Furious Styles Midtown – one of Atlanta‘s trendiest barbershops. Hundreds of guests arrived early for their chance to crack jokes and win cash and prizes. “Wild ‘N Out’ veteran Chico Bean and radio/tv personality Yung Joc co-hosted the hilarious event, which included games such as “What You Got, “Yo Mama Jokes,” “Hood Jeopardy,” “Trap Karaoke,” “Truth or Dare” and “Freestyle Battles.” Winners received cash, “Wild ‘N Out” merchandise and the winning freestyle battle team took home $1,000.

Later on during the event, comedians Karlous Miller and Shawty — who’ve both appeared on “Wild ‘N Out” — joined the fun. Music was provided by DJ Beestroh. Additional guests included comedians Darren Brand, Ronnie Jordan, Fat Man Ron, Tyler Chronicles, rapper Ca$h from TK-N-Cash and barber/”Ghost Brothers” cast member Marcus Harvey.

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Photo credit 1) Yung Joc, Chico Bean, Karlous Miller and Ca$h from “TK-N-Ca$h” pictured with the beautiful “Wild ‘N Out” girls and crowd participants during “Wild ‘N Out: LIVE from the Barbershop” at Furious Styles Midtown in Atlanta on July 16, 2017. 2) Wild ‘N Out girl Christian snapped a selfie with celebrity barber Marcus Harvey. 3) Trap Karaoke had the barbershop turnt! 4) One brave soul accepted the “Wild ‘N Out” Truth or Dare Challenge and gets the logo carved into his head courtesy of @kutzbykaine. 5-7) Guests.

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