Lil Uzi Vert supports Jack Harlow and says he has no white privilege.

Lil Uzi Vert defended his friend Jack Harlow, claiming that critics of the rapper were crazy.

We caught up with Lil Uzi outside Catch in WeHo on Sunday and he TMZ Celebrity tour van taking photos with fans! He made his point. The hatred for Jack is absurd. He thinks Jack is a great rapper and doesn’t understand the views of those who slander him. Jack’s chances of success are due to the color of his skin. It’s been a big deal for a while, but Lil Uzi believes race has nothing to do with race and reminds everyone, “He’s contracted with a black man!”

lil uzi bert Talks about his best friend Jack Harlow.

Aboard the celebrity tour bus, Lil Uzi Vert surprised a bunch of fans. When asking about his best friend. 26-year-old Jack Harlow has decided to clear up some rumors circulating online for a while. ‘Eternal Atake’ singer says Jack Harlow is a great rapper and doesn’t understand the backlash.

He signed the blacks.

Talking about the backlash towards Jack Harlow. Lil Uzi Vert made it clear that race had nothing to do with the success of the latter. Harlow said, “Signed for the black man!” According to the multi-platinum rapper. For beginners, Jack Harlow is a signed recording artist with Atlantic Records. When Jack Harlow jumped into his career when it was discovered that he was white. He has become a hot topic on the Internet.

Jack Harlow, sometimes known as Jackman Thomas ‘Jack’ Harlow, is a rapper from Kentucky. The teenage rapper started rapping at the age of 12 and has since produced many YouTube videos and mixtapes. Despite being approached by multiple record labels, Jack decided to go alone until he first signed with Generation Now and Atlantic Records.



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