Two Black Men Jack Harlow criticised after being carried by two Black men at The Kentucky Derby
9 May 2022, 14:55 | Updated: 9 May 2022, 15:01
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Jack Harlow is receiving backlash after a video of the ‘First Class’ rapper carry by Black bodyguards at The Kentucky Derby went viral.
On Saturday (May 7), Jack attended the annual horse-racing event in his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky Two Black Men.
Jack was actually at the event with fellow rapper Drake and comedian Druski to film the music video for his song ‘Churchill Downs’, which features on his new album Come Home the Kids Miss You.
For the festivities, Jack rocked an off-white satin suit, sharp black tie and smart loafers. But Jack’s outfit was not suitable for the muddy terrain so he enlist the help of two Black men, who we can only assume are his bodyguards or members of his team, to carry him across the mud.
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Jack Harlow. Picture: Stephen J. Cohen/Getty Images, @KentuckyDerby via Twitter
The official Kentucky Derby account share a video of Jack carry at the event, alongside the caption: “Gotta keep the kicks clean for Riders Up @jackharlow.” However, some people criticise the optics of the video, noting that Jack was being carried by two Black men.
Clip emerges of Kim Kardashian struggling to get Marilyn Monroe dress over bum Two Black Men
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New footage shows Kim Kardashian struggling to get Marilyn Monroe’s dress over the derriere that made her famous.
The billionaire claims she had to lose 16lbs in three weeks to get into the outfit, and reportedly wore a fur coat around the back, as it wouldn’t fasten in time for the Met Gala.
Thankfully, as soon as she got off the red carpet and inside the event. She took the $4.8 million creation off, and wore a copy that tailor to her measurements.
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