Adam22 attends Chief Keef x Zaytoven GloToven Listening Party hosted by ASAP Bari on March 14, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Rodin Eckenroth/Getty Images)
*The popular No Jumper podcast has long been a major part of promoting hip-hop culture but over the years it has become a platform for white supremacy and anti-Semitism.
According to a Media Matters for America investigation, host Adam Grandmaison, aka Adam22, has conducted interviews with white supremacists Nick Fuentes and Richard Spencer, both expressed bigoted viewpoints that Grandmaison did not challenge.
The outlet reports No Jumper has had multiple guests who have made antisemitic comments. On October 19, 2022, episode, Grandmaison had a race debate with Fuentes, a Holocaust denier and misogynistic influencer Sneako (real name Nico Kenn De Balinthazy).
“Jews have the ultimate power,” De Balinthazy said during the interview. “That’s just true, they have ultimate control and power and they will abuse it if they need to protect their agenda.”
“Yeah, I mean, there’s no use arguing that one since we just saw it happen in front of our eyes with the Kanye-bank situation,” Grandmaison responded.
“In every single industry, if you look at the end of the rabbit hole, it’s always a Jew who controls it,” De Balinthazy said.
“The label owners, the real estate owners, like, all the people with the most amount of money behind the scene is a Jewish guy,” he continued. “Why are we out here slaving away for Jews who are profiting off of us killing each other?”
“It’s obviously true that Jews have connections everywhere, in finance, Hollywood, media, universities,” Fuentes added.
By the end of the conversation, Grandmaison said “It is interesting how we’ve been sort of trained to understand that certain things are off limits.”
Grandmaison also once said after interviewing Fuentes, “Did I just do my part to sort of like make being racist seem chill to people?”
The “No Jumper” podcast has 4.2 million YouTube subscribers, 3 million Instagram followers, 2.1 million TikTok followers, and 1.2 million Twitter followers. The program is also available on major streaming apps including Apple, Spotify and Soundcloud.
Grandmaison has not responded to allegations that his platform is now a hotbed for racism.
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