Rapper Jeleel is making waves not just in the world of hip-hop but also in the realm of wrestling. In a recent Rolling Loud performance, the entertaining rapper showcased his wrestling potential by executing a WWE-style move on an unsuspecting “fan.”
Jeleel Crossbodies “Fan”
During his set, a “fan” took the stage to propose to his “girlfriend.” However, things didn’t go as planned, as the woman turned down the proposal with a resounding slap. But that was just the beginning of the drama.
In a scripted twist, Jeleel seized the opportunity to take things up a notch, leaping from the stage with a flying crossbody onto the “fan” below. After the dive, Jeleel didn’t stop there, channeling his inner wrestler and following up with a people’s elbow,
Rolling Loud shared the full clip of this entertaining spectacle on their TikTok page, confirming that it was all part of the rapper’s set. Jeleel even posted a snippet of the video on his Twitter with the caption “Bro tried to come on stage.”
A Future Wrestling Career
The flying crossbody was executed with such flair and precision that it has left fans in awe and has led to speculation about the rapper’s potential career as a wrestling star.
The rapper’s Rolling Loud performance was an instant viral success, with the video of the epic dive receiving over 16,000 likes and a staggering 3 million views on Twitter. It seems Jeleel’s unique blend of rap and wrestling has struck a chord with audiences, and fans can’t get enough of his daring and theatrical performance.
With his larger-than-life presence and penchant for dramatic stunts, Jeleel is proving that he’s not just a rapper; he’s a performer with a flair for the unexpected. Whether he decides to pursue a full-fledged wrestling career or continues to surprise audiences with his dynamic live shows, one thing is clear: Jeleel knows how to make a splash, both figuratively and literally.
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