October 16, 2021


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Rod Wave Calls Adam22 A ‘Cracker’ After He Made Fun Of His Weight

Rod Wave and Adam22 appeared to be at odds as the presenter of “No Jumper” mocked the rapper’s weight, but the interaction turned out to be the ultimate troll.

Although things appear to be running smoothly at Rolling Loud this weekend, the wildly famous Hip-Hop music festival had a little setback when one of its stages at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens was demolished by a massive video wall that had toppled.

Fortunately, no one was hurt in the potentially fatal incident, and everything was restored before the doors opened on Friday.

When No Jumper podcast host Adam22 heard about the Rolling Loud stage fall, he appeared to comment on the incident, saying, “I blame Rod Wave.”

Some fans mistook Adam22’s remarks as a direct jab at the heavyset artist, but the podcaster claims it was only a humorous allusion to his viral stage tumble last fall. Morris Brown College made headlines in November after a huge stage collapse that put Rod Wave, Alexis Skyy, and the rest of their entourage in peril.

There were no significant injuries in the viral incident, therefore there was no stopping fans from blaming it all on Rod Wave’s size.

Rod Wave was apparently fed up with the constant body shaming he’d been subjected to during his career, and after learning of Adam22’s comments about him, the “Tombstone” singer issued a strong warning to the No Jumper host.

Rod Wave clapped back, “P*ssy a** cracker.” “Be careful what you say.”

Following the tense and embarrassing Twitter exchange, Adam22 went on Instagram live with Crip Mac to discuss the incident.

They joked about Rod Wave’s weight even more while they were together, despite Adam 22’s attempts to dismiss the issue as a misinterpreted jest.

However, after investigating deeper into the matter, it was discovered that Adam22 himself was responsible for the entire incident.

According to Adam22, the original interaction between him and Rod Wave was photoshopped, and he acknowledged to fabricating and disseminating the false information.

“I’m insulted people think Rod Wave called me a cracker even though I helped spread the falsehood and haven’t deleted the original post,” the No Jumper said hours after sharing the message that caused platforms like Plug Talk to report the heated Twitter exchange.


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