Rappers Lil Kelpy and Almighty Suspect got into a brawl on the well-known podcast No Jumper, which made listeners curious about Lil Kelpy.
Sharp and Adam John Grandmaison, also known as Adam22 on social media, co-host the podcast, which was resurrected in 2015.
No Jumper has 4.46 million YouTube followers who watch the interviews with underground rap artists and social media influencers.
Currently, a recent episode starring Lil Kelpy and Almighty Suspect is trending on Twitter.
Who Is Lil Kelpy?
Lil Kelpy, a 19-year-old rapper, and social media star rose to fame after appearing on the YouTube series No Jumper and Soft White Underbelly.
He was reared in Orange County, California, and has music available on Apple Music and SoundCloud. He has released seven songs thus far, including How To Run Game and Class Is Now In Session.
On his YouTube account, where he currently has more than 1,000 subscribers, Kelpy has made those same songs available.
In a prior interview, Kelpy touched on a number of contentious issues pertaining to his life. He is currently the subject of controversy once more as a result of a fight with fellow rapper Almighty Suspect.
Fight Breaks out Between Kelpy and Almighty Suspect
Following a confrontation between him and Almighty Suspect in the most recent episode of No Jumper, Lil Kelpy is trending on social media.
Adam wanted to give Lil Kelpy another opportunity to share his story after an episode with fellow host Sharp, according to the podcast’s YouTube description.
The suspect and Kelpy were having a verbal argument when they started fighting physically. They had been in the middle of a chat. The fight needed to be stopped, and Adam and other No Jumper team members had to intervene.
“I never pretended to be a super thug and I never had plans of putting my hands on the kid, but we [are] not doing the calling me a b**** to my face interview or don’t toy with me like that,” Almighty Suspect wrote in response to the confrontation in an Instagram Story.
Meet the Rapper on Instagram
Although Lil Kelpy became popular after his performance on No Jumper, he appears to be acquiring more followers on Twitter and Instagram.
On Instagram, he has 2,590 followers and one post.