Jack Harlow has seen a huge rise in the world of hip-hop over the past couple of years. Jack had his first number one hit less than a year after he became a household name for his collaboration with Lil Nas X. He also didn’t watch White Men Can’t Jump until he was cast in the reboot.
Jack Harlow’s fame has certainly not gotten to his head, as it is clear the man remains as humble as ever. As revealed by TMZ, the rapper certainly has time for his fans, even the younger ones.
Jack Harlow cleared a path this weekend for a 10-year-old girl who was trying to click a photo with him at the Kentucky Derby. However, she was stopped by security.
The girl’s mother Katy Mackin said that her daughter Veronica saw Jack down on the race track where he was scheduled to do the “riders up” call. Harlow was signalling the jockeys to take their starting positions on the horses.
Thankfully, Harlow saw Verinoca struggling to make her way through security. He understood she wanted to take a photo and so he cleared the way for the little girl. He also told the girl to stay in school and to follow her dreams as she is from the local area.
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