Jack Harlow Gets Hilariously Real About Dua Lipa


| LAST UPDATE 05/11/2022

By Arianna Morgan
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Jack Harlow is having quite a year! From his Met Gala debut to his chart-topping tracks, the star has become one of music's biggest names. And with the release of his latest album, Come Home the Kids Miss You, Harlow is getting even more attention. More specifically, regarding its fiery track, Dua Lipa. Here's why...

The artist's sophomore album, Come Home the Kids Miss you, has received enormous hype upon its release, with artists such as Drake and Pharrell featured. The 14-track album pays many tributes to the artist's hometown in Louisville - from Churchill Downs to the Kentucky State Fair. Harlow was even spotted at the Kentucky Derby this past week with Drake! However, amongst the many songs paying homage to his roots, the singer also decided to pay homage to someone he clearly admires: Dua Lipa.

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His album's track, Dua Lipa, has stirred up quite a few questions regarding the making of the song. Luckily, in a recent interview with The Breakfast Club, the rapper bared all. As he revealed, he made sure to get the pop star's stamp of approval before releasing the track. "I wanted to get her blessing, so I FaceTimed her and played it for her because I didn't want her to be blindsided by that or feel like creeped out or anything," he joked. "If she had said, 'Yo, I hate it. I don't want it to come out,' it wouldn't have come out," the singer continued. "She was like, 'Oh, I mean, it's not my song. I suppose it's OK,'" he recalled. "She was just kinda thrown off, and she just kinda let it go." For reference, the chorus says, "Dua Lipa, I'm tryna do more with her than do a feature / I checked the web, they out here chewin' me up, f*** it." 

Sure enough, the internet has wasted no time turning Lipa's response into memes upon memes upon memes - all indicating the same message. One user teased, "I suppose it's okay" sounds like a no to me," while a few pointed out how British her response was. "I speak bri'ish "suppose" means she hates it, RIP Jack," one laughed. Uh Oh. And just like that, 4 simple words have taken over the online world. Stay tuned - something tells us this saga is far from over...

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