Jack Harlow Stands up for a Fan Who Got Assaulted by a Cop during His Tour
Jack Harlow recently made a stop at the Coca-Cola Roxy in Atlanta for his Crème de la Crème tour.
The famed rapper initially believed the event was going smoothly, but that was not the case for some people in attendance.
And Harlow got to know about it when a video showcasing an assault outside the venue surfaced on the internet.
In a new Instagram post, the artist made light of the situation where a cop reportedly assaulted his fan. Harlow explained that the video had been brought to his attention.
Jack Harlow stood up for a fan who was assaulted during his Crème de la Crème tour in December 2021. (Source: Jack Harlow/Instagram)
In the post's caption, Harlow wanted to comfort the fan by identifying her, offering a hug, and giving her as many tickets to as many shows as she wanted.
But the musical artist conceded that was not enough and publicly contested the cop's termination from his duties.
About Jack Harlow's Assaulted Fan
According to TMZ, the leaked footage shows a fan trying to enter Harlow's show. But an officer prohibits her from entering the venue.
This led to a confrontation between the woman and the officer, who eventually put his hands around her neck.
As per the report, the cop works with the Cobb County Police Department.
The outlet also mentioned that the person who had taken the video initially had tried to share the video clip with the Cobb County Department of Internal Affairs.
A spokesperson for the police department reportedly responded and said that the Cobb County Police Department took "all allegations of officer misconduct seriously."
We are aware of the video snippet involving our officer and a young woman outside the Coca-Cola Roxy. The incident is going through an internal review to get a full understanding of the entire incident before any potential action is taken.
Through his Instagram post, the 'Whats Poppin' rapper cited a systemic issue regarding the incident and stated that the officer in question needed to be unemployed immediately.
Elsewhere in his statement, Hudson also apologized to all the African American women supporting his art on behalf of the officer.
So far, it appears no actions have not been taken against the cop.
Jack Harlow's Rap Career
Harlow, who rode to the top with 'Whats Poppin,' became one of music's biggest rap sensations in a short time, with billions of career streams to date.
Hailed by The FADER as a "maverick rapper destined for legendary status," the rapper released a project annually for the last five years. His most recent one is his critically acclaimed debut album, That's What They All Say.
The project earned Harlow countless accolades, including nominations at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards, 2021 BET Awards, 2020 MTV Video Music Awards, 2020 E! People's Choice Awards & 2020 BET Hip Hop Awards.
As a bonafide rap superstar, Harlow has been featured in high-profile publications such as TIME, Forbes, Rolling Stone, Complex, and GQ.
He has also graced the covers of XXL's coveted Freshman Class issue and SPIN and performed live on Saturday Night Live, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, and more.