The multi-platinum rapper looked completely perplexed as he stood in the middle of a hectic road in Japan.
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The American MC – who’s real name is Gazzy García – is known for his monster hits, such as ‘Gucci Gang’, which has over one billion views on YouTube.
The 22-year-old has featured with the likes of Kanye West and Diplo and is a big name in the hip-hop community.
However, as shown in the clip above, no one bat an eyelid as Pump shrugged his shoulders.
Viewers were absolutely savage in the comments, with one person writing: “So basically the same as the US.”
Another added: “I would’ve recognised him but kept walkin.”
“Plot twist this was LA,” a third joked.
“They probably thought it was Jack Sparrow,” another quipped.In Pump’s defence, a follow-up video does picture him taking selfies with a few Japanese fans, yet, the internet trolls didn’t stop there.
“Yeah his team probably paid them to pretend,” one person said.
Someone else said: “I can literally go to Japan, pay five people to want my autograph and Japanese people will come to me thinking I’m an American celebrity.”
“When you’re desperate for fans,” a third person commented.
Someone else said: “They just take pics with Americans tho lol ain’t no way they knew who he was.”
Well, if you are a fan of the rapper, you’ll be well aware of how much he likes his tattoos.
Face, arms, legs, chest – the guy has tats everywhere.
In a recent interview, he told Inked magazine that he got a Powerpuff Girls tattoo to celebrate his month-long run of daily threesomes.
“I got that Powerpuff Girls tattoo around when I dropped Harverd Dropout,” he said.
“For that whole month, I was having threesomes, like, every single day. So that was the reason I got the Powerpuff Girls on my neck. It was an amazing month.”
The rapper also said that his ‘Jah’ tattoo was in honour of late rapper XXXTentacion.
“Yeah. Jah was a very special person, man. He was gone too soon,” he said.
“I remember one time I was in L.A. and this was probably the second time I was in L.A. and I was, like, 17, and I didn’t have a spot to stay in and then X literally hit me up and was like, ‘Yo, you can stay at my hotel.’
“After that I was like, that’s a very genuine person. It was like, that’s my brother.”
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