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Hitmaka Gives Jack Harlow His Flowers, Says He Deserves Everything Coming His Way

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Jack Harlow arrived at the BET Awards on Sunday evening sporting a Lil Nas T-shirt. Harlow was nominated for best male hip-hop and was scheduled to perform.

However, Harlow made a statement in favor of his friend, who was not nominated for any categories. Earlier this month, X took to Twitter and accused the network of participating in the world’s problems.

In response, Lil Nas X shared an image of Harlow on Twitter with the message, “Wow I really love this man.”

Later Sunday evening, according to Billboard, he would invite Lil Wayne, DJ Drama, and Brandy out during his performance. First, he would perform the single Poison with Drama and Wayne. Then he would perform the ‘First Class’ Remix featuring Brandy.



The R&B singer originally recorded the playful diss after Harlow failed to recognize one of her classic songs, “Angel in Disguise”, during his Hot 97 interview back in May. 

Speaking Jack Harlow, Hitmaka was recently on Clubhouse in Wack 100’s Verzuz After Party room and gave him his flowers.

“Look, I was Vice President of Atlantic Records I’ve seen Craig Kallman and all these other n**** step over the n***, and treat him like he was a regular artist,” said Hitmaka.

“He made his way up. He’s a songwriter, he’s dope, and all that other s***. He deserves everything he’s got coming his way.”

Earlier this month, Jack Harlow partnered with KFC on a limited edition meal. The Jack Harlow Meal, includes a KFC Spicy Chicken Sandwich, Mac & Cheese, Secret Recipe Fries, a side ranch, and a lemonade.

“When KFC asked me to create my own meal, I knew it couldn’t be just any meal. My meal brings together my childhood favorites growing up in Louisville, the KFC, Mac & Cheese, with my new go-to Spicy Chicken Sandwich (with plenty of ranch), Secret Recipe Fries, and lemonade—it doesn’t get much better,” Harlow said in a statement.

Written by Landon Buford

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