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Jack Harlow’s KFC partnership provides tornado relief for KY

Over the weekend, the central US was hit by a huge storm. Tornadoes wreak havoc on the ground in parts of Illinois, Arkansas, and Kentucky, with ladder status with some significant damage. Buildings have been leveled and it is predicted that the storms will leave more than 70 people died in Kentucky alone. Is a person always show love for my Kentucky home, Jack Harlow is rushing to join the rescue for tornado relief by partnering with the most suitable fast food chain.

Harlow and KFC announced a new partnership this week, which saw him slam his hands into giant buckets of fried chicken. But on a more serious note, the rapper wants to give back to those affected by the storm this weekend. Together, Harlow and KFC will donate a quarter of a million dollars to the Kentucky Red Cross.

Announcing the partnership, Harlow wrote:

“Growing up I always dreamed of being the biggest artist from Kentucky. Now I’m partnering with @KFC, the biggest brand from Kentucky. In the next year, we will do some big things together.

Couldn’t have come at a better time, as the state needs our help more than ever after the devastating tornadoes this past weekend. Together we will raise $250k to @americanredcross to support relief efforts. I ask that you donate whatever you can to help those affected by this tragedy.”

Check out Harlow and KFC’s partnership announcement above.

Jack Harlow is an artist at Warner Music. Uproxx is an independent subsidiary of Warner Music Group.

https://uproxx.com/music/jack-harlow-kfc-kentucky-tornado-relief/ Jack Harlow’s KFC partnership provides tornado relief for KY

JOE HERNANDEZ

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