Kyle McNeal, better known by his YouTube username TheKingNappy, is an American YouTuber who produces gaming content.
He was born on September 20th, 1992.
McNeal started 'TheKingNappy' channel June of 2011 with his first Let's Play, MiNi Ninjas, following Dante's Inferno. Nearly a year into his YouTube channel he starts his first Pokémon Let's Play; Pokémon Sapphire. In the first episode, McNeal says that "I wanted to do a Pokémon let's play for the longest time" and thus a PokéTuber was born. At this point, his channel is still not only based on Pokémon because during the let's play he is uploading other games including Borderlands 2 and Black Ops 2. After McNeal was done with Pokémon Sapphire he started Pokémon Black and White co-op with his good friend, Kristen also known as CuddleOfDeath on YouTube while continuing Black Ops 2. Gradually, McNeal's channel started to become Pokémon oriented while playing the other Pokémon main games as well as making Pokéraps and his most memorable top 5 series. As of the 5th of August 2017, TheKingNappy channel has 478,006 subscribers and 204,035,460 views. As of January 28, 2018, TheKingNappy channel reached 500,000 subscribers. By 2016, he has done 35 Pokémon let's plays, and just before 2018 ended, he has done another 13 Pokemon Let's plays. He has made two other channels 'NappyTheGreat' and 'NappySpeaks'.
He almost finished his 2015 Stormsilver Egglocke, losing at the end of the second elite four, around level 80.
He used to do Wonder Trade Wednesdays in 2016 and 2015, Free for Alls in 2015, and Pokémon Showdown Sundays, all very popular series.
He started a very successful Pokéroast series in 2017, where two YouTubers would get Pokémon and have to roast the others. He canceled the series early, but it will make a triumphant return in 2018, stated via Twitter.
This channel was made by McNeal so he can make more gaming content, however, this channel consists of everything but Pokémon. An example of what type of games he does on this channel is Outlast, Skyrim, etc.
- He has had a soul link of every gen of Pokémon, except for 7.
- Kyle McNeal lives in Arizona in the United States of America with his beloved dog, named Sadie.
- He does a lot of great YouTube videos.
- During the Summer, he puts out live streams on YouTube about Pokémon.
- His humor is more explicit than most Pokétubers.
- He is Fucking Awesome!