Jack Harlow Backs Troll Who Said He Paid $1 Million For “Semen” Lyric
The Jack Harlow hype train has encountered some significant resistance over the past week. The Louisville rapper’s victory at the VMAs for Song of the Summer against Beyoncé, Drake, and Future sparked a tremendous internet outcry and some disapproving looks from those in the music business. Then, on Saturday, September 3, Harlow gave a performance in front of an Ohio State crowd that had no interest in him
Trolls around the internet took notice of this same performance, which was broadcast on ESPN’s College GameDay. One Twitter user saw an opportunity to invent a false fact about the show despite Harlow performing a clean rendition of his hit song “First Class.”. “Jack Harlow has been fined $1 Million following his performance of ‘First Class’ on College GameDay,” @S_CharlesNFL wrote. “ESPN states that his lyric of ‘I give her sweet, sweet, Semen’ was extremely unprofessional for live TV, and he had signed off on blurring that lyric out of his performance.”
Although the tweet received a lot of attention, numerous admirers pointed out that Harlow did, in fact, edit the offending lyric. The “Churchill Downs” artist enjoyed the falsehood nonetheless and tweeted it himself.
Following Harlow’s lackluster performance, the rapper joined GameDay’s hosts and shared his predictions for the day’s games. However, he rapidly veered off course, telling a tale about how he had dated a Cincinnatian and that was why he admired the Bearcats. It was a busy TV appearance all told.
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