Danielle Fishel Wiki
Danielle Fishel Biography
Danielle Fishel is the wife of Jensen Karp. He is a producer, writer, actor, podcaster, gallery owner, and former rapper. Formerly known by his stage name Hot Karl, he signed a million dollar record deal with Interscope when he was in his early 20s and has produced and written for television and radio.
How old is Danielle Fishel?
Danielle Fishel’s age is unknown.
Danielle Fishel and Jensen Karp
On March 22, 2018, Karp got engaged to actress Danielle Fishel. The two attended high school together, but only began a romantic relationship after reconnecting as adults. Karp and Fishel were married on November 4, 2018. Fishel announced in January 2019 that they were expecting her first child in July 2019. Fishel gave birth to a boy named Adler on June 24, 2019.
Internet Turns On Jensen Karp, The Shrimp Tail Cereal “Handler”
The Cinnamon Toast Crunch shrimp saga has taken a not-so-sweet turn.
Comedian and author Jensen Karp went viral this week for tweeting his disgusting discovery of sugar-coated shrimp tails on his Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal. Just days after using his disturbing finding to criticize the brand and its creator, General Mills, on Twitter, social media abruptly turned against him. Karp, 41, is now being accused of lying, stealing a podcast concept and shaming a former sexual partner, among other accusations.
Karp, who is married to “Boy Meets World” star Danielle Fishel (aka Topanga) and was previously a boy rapper named Hot Karl, did not respond to The Post’s request for comment.
“Hahaha, my quickly deleted subtweet yesterday said ‘oh no, I can’t follow the latest viral saga because I was blocked in 2014 because I wasn’t nice enough after a surprise threesome! But not before I was told ‘be careful or I would never work in this city again,’ screenwriter Stephanie Mickus tweeted on Wednesday. “The number of women who directly messaged me with stories today. Not to mention the ones I’ve known for years and talked to about our shared experiences. Oh Lord.”
Actress Melissa Stetten also took to Twitter to issue a public service announcement about the treatment Karp gave her when they dated.
“” What is it you might not know about the man behind the viral posts? What if he was a manipulative and narcissistic narcissistic ex-boyfriend who once told me that he was shocked that he hadn’t killed me because my life was so worthless? “Stetten wrote.” Getting a lot of text messages from girls who are still in therapy because of the terror of him. At least we have this fun little club! “Former co-workers are also speaking out against Karp.
“Just FYI, the guy with the shrimp tails is a marketer and someone who has lied to my face without flinching,” tweeted painter Brandon Bird. When Mike Shinoda, the lead vocalist for the band Linkin Park, tweeted praise for Karp, calling him “a razor sharp comic mind, an accomplished gallery owner and curator, a spectacular radio and podcast personality, and a good guy,” Birdshot back “He’s nice to you because you’re famous.”
Podcaster and comedian John Cullen, meanwhile, claim Karp has stolen intellectual property. “The next thing you know, the shrimp man will claim that he found the podcast idea and the name he stole from us in a bag of Cheerios,” Cullen wrote. “Anyway, he’s done much worse and on a larger scale for people, so this little part doesn’t really matter that much, but hey, at least we’ll have all the memories.”
Karp isn’t the first person to suddenly rise to internet fame for a relatively banal tweet, only to have the tides suddenly turn against him. In fact, it has happened so often that there is a term for it: being “duck shake.” BTW: That creamy poultry label was born as a meme in 2017 and describes people who gain viral popularity on social media for some seemingly positive or cute trait, but are later revealed to have problematic backstories.