So I thought I was going crazy when my keyboard was continuously shocking me while my room mate, who right after me touched the keyboard and it didn't zap him at all. I found this very odd. For some context I moved my setup about a week before all of this started happening and it never dawned on me that this could be the cause of the issue.
Anyhow on to the problem. So when I'm gaming I usually rest my feet up on the subwoofer below my desk and that was only when the zapping occurred. I never really connected the two until a few minutes ago. Anyhow right above my subwoofer there is a 220V electrical plug for dryers. After closer inspection there is some exposed metal where the screws go. I noticed that when my foot touched that plug, and I typed on my keyboard I would get shocked. So I pulled out the multi-meter and threw the ground end into my 120V ground and the other end probing the exposed metal. Sure enough 65V running right through me!
I'm very lucky my equipment didn't get fried and I wasn't injured. If it was the full 220V (and amperage that goes with it) it could have caused some serious damage and even injury.
Here's some photos of the issue.
Keyboard relative to plug -- feet sit ontop of the subwoofer
Close up of the plug, notice the exposed metal near the screw hole.
Probing the exposed metal (other end of Multimeter is in a ground of a 120V plug)
Results on the multimeter
Edit: So it appears that the entire faceplate of the plug has this issue.