Lil Uzi Vert States Jack Harlow ‘Doesn’t Have White Privilege. He’s Signed to Black People’

Lil Uzi Vert States Jack Harlow ‘Doesn’t Have White Privilege. He’s Signed to Black People’

Lil Uzi Vert States Jack Harlow ‘Doesn’t Have White Privilege. He’s Signed to Black People’

Hip-Hop artist Lil Uzi Vert has come to the defense of white rapper, Jack Harlow.

TMZ caught up with Lil Uzi outside of Catch in WeHo over the weekend as the rapper hopped onto the bus to speak to the fans that were riding on it at the time. As the tour director of the bus speaks to Lil Uzi, she asks him if he deserves all the hate he gets because he is a successful white rapper.

As Lil Uzi is taking pictures with his fans, he responds by saying, “No, he’s really good. Yeah, he’s really good. He doesn’t have white privilege. He’s signed to Black people.”

Complex has reported that Harlow is signed to Generation Now label, which was founded and owned by DJ Drama and Don Cannon. Harlow, who has a hit record, First Class, is riding high on his most recently released studio album, Come Home The Kids Miss You which came out earlier this month. The first week sales of 113,000 units positioned him in third place on the Billboard charts. This is Harlow’s second album.

Recently, the white rapper was embroiled in a little “tiff” with R&B royalty Brandy when he just discovered while appearing on New York’s Hot 97, that she is reality TV star Ray J’s sister.

A Twitter post by Brandy Legion reveals the moment when Harlow found out this widely-known piece of hip-hop knowledge.

The R&B singer caught wind of the interview.

Well, Brandy kept her word and dropped a rap rhyming over Harlow’s hit single, First Class.

Lil Uzi Vert States Jack Harlow ‘Doesn’t Have White Privilege. He’s Signed to Black People’

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