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It’s a pretty big claim to say you’re the second-best white rapper behind “Rap God” artist Eminem, yet “First Class” musician Jack Harlow has done just that on his latest album Jackman, specifically on its second track, “They Don’t Love It”.
In the 2002 release from Eminem – real name Marshall Mathers – the musician throws out the lines: “His palms are sweaty / Knees weak, arms are heavy / There’s vomit on his sweater already / Mum’s spaghetti.”
Now, in “They Don’t Love It”, Harlow boasts he is “the hardest white boy since the one who rapped about vomit and sweaters”, telling listeners to “hold the comments” because he’s “better than whoever came to your head right then”.
Except, a lot of people on Twitter aren’t really on board with the idea, bringing up the likes of Mac Miller, Action Bronson and Machine Gun Kelly who were making a name for themselves long before Harlow released his debut album That’s What They All Say back in 2020: