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Published: 21/Sep/2018 18:04 Updated: 21/Sep/2018 18:12by Virginia Glaze
Massive YouTuber and ‘No Jumper’ host Adam ‘Adam22’ Grandmaison created a tweet on September 17, which revealed that an unnamed rapper was attempting to kidnap his cat.
The tweet was featured on KEEMSTAR’s YouTube show Drama Alert, where Adam22 responded to KEEMSTAR’s curiosity on the matter in a video clip.
In the clip, Adam described an instance where fans told him that someone was outside his store attempting to pay them to steal his cat, Tony. Adam described the rapper as, “a person who has been accused of a few other bad things.”[ad name=”article2″]
KEEMSTAR took to Google to determine the source of the villainy, and concluded that SoundCloud rapper Kid Buu had to be behind the claims.
Adam22 confirmed this resolution in his latest YouTube video.
In the video, Adam stated that Kid Buu (taking his name from the Dragon Ball character) was upset at him for not being featured in Adam’s ‘No Jumper’ podcast, which generally features underground music artists.
According to Adam, the rapper had asked to borrow Tony for a video shoot, offering him $150 to use the cat.[ad name=”article4″]
Apparently, the rapper was upset that Adam didn’t comply with his request, and asked some of Adam’s fans to kidnap the animal for $300, as confirmed in a Tweet in response to Adam’s initial post on the subject.
Adam ended his video by inviting Kid Buu onto the podcast, in order to “speak up and explain” the allegations against him. While Buu has yet to reply to his invitation, his appearance on other notable podcasts and desire to be featured on ‘No Jumper’ could potentially lead to an interesting conversation between the two personalities.