Jelly Roll Hangs Out With Sylvester Stallone on ‘Tulsa King’ Set: ‘I Can’t Believe This Happened’

Jelly Roll Hangs Out With Sylvester Stallone on ‘Tulsa King’ Set: ‘I Can’t Believe This Happened’

Jelly Roll‘s single “Halfway to Hell” is a total knockout on Billboard‘s Country Airplay chart, so who better to celebrate with than Rocky? The singer-songwriter recently hung out with Sylvester Stallone on the set of Tulsa King, where they commemorated the singer’s fourth No. 1 hit on the ranking in a video posted by the legendary actor Thursday (June 13).

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In the clip, Jelly and Stallone chat with crew members milling about behind them. The musician proudly tells the Rambo star about his latest feat — “Woke up on a bus in your parking lot with my fourth No. 1” — while the Golden Globe winner nudges him encouragingly.

“Fourth No. 1, unbelievable!” Stallone says, smiling.

“Looks like the fantastic singer @jellyroll615 just rolled onto the Tulsa King set! #KeepPunching 🥊,” the actor captioned the video.

Resharing the post on Instagram Stories, Jelly marveled, “I can’t believe this happened.”

As noted by the Nashville native, “Halfway to Heaven” marks his fourth Country Airplay No. 1, with the track topping the chart dated June 15, 2024. It follows previous chart-toppers “Son of a Sinner,” “Need a Favor” and Lainey Wilson collab “Save Me.”

Stallone isn’t the only legend Jelly has rubbed elbows with in recent weeks. He also recently met Eminem ahead of their duet on NBC’s Live From Detroit concert special, for which the country star performed the “Dream On” sample used in the rapper’s “Sing for the Moment.”

“I was so nervous,” Jelly said about the performance in an interview with Howard Stern earlier this week. “It definitely wasn’t my best performance — you could see the nerves on my face. This song did a lot for me in dark moments of my life, too. I’m a lifelong fan. There’s not a white kid in the world who didn’t listen to Eminem rapping.”

“There’s not enough praises for him,” the ACM Award-winner added. “He’s inarguably the greatest rapper that ever lived, ever. You’re literally meeting the greatest at his craft.”

Watch Jelly Roll hang out with Sylvester Stallone below.