Gary Vee always uses the word pumped, and though it's part of the English vernacular, it's not a major term on the level of terms such as dope, woke, or drip.
Gary's influence is growing by the day and I can see one day where everyone uses phrases using the word pumped the way Gary does.
I love watching Gary talk about being pumped: questioning whether people are pumped doing what they say they're pumped doing; speaking on how he would be pumped doing things most people would bemoan. I've been watching him being pumped and talking about being pumped for a while now. And yet, the first time I ever thought of this word... the way Gary uses it... came recently when I've been thinking of my upcoming visit to my parents'.
The sentiment of being pumped dug its claw into me and has become a part of me. When I think about staying at my parents, I'm pumped. Legitimately pumped. I've never felt this way about being at my parents. And I'm so pumped that I'm pumped to be chilling with my parents. It's not just a visit to the parents, it's sicko mode time. I'll be documenting my sicko mode time there for documentation purposes.
Lately, I'm just pumped. Pumped, man. Pumpman. Pumpman. Pumpman.
Yeah, Pumpman, Pumpman, I don't need no introduction
D-Roc and Babin on my production, wow!
Gary Vee -- Pumpman
ps : Gary Vee does not actually have a rap song called Pumpman. But I wish he did.
Pumpman, Pumpman, Pumpman, them boys up to somethin'
They just spent like two or three weeks out the country
Them boys up to somethin', they just not just bluffin'