Jack Harlow and KFC Announce Partnership to Donate $250,000 For Tornado Relief

Nate Rummel

Jack Harlow seems to have it all these days. The looks, the confidence, and the rapping abilities... I’d be happy with even one of these attributes.

On Monday, Harlow added yet another reason for people to be jealous – an official partnership with Kentucky Fried Chicken. The announcement came in the wake of deadly tornadoes passing through their shared home state of Kentucky, which left over 50 casualties and 100 missing.

Their first order of business was a $250,000 donation to the American Red Cross via Harlow and KFC’s parent company, Yum! Brands. Fans and customers are encouraged to support the cause here. The partnership doesn’t end there. KFC hinted at themed menu items coming in the next year and will have a strong presence at Harlow’s No Place Like Home tour, where he will play five shows in five of Kentucky’s most iconic venues.

The “WHATS POPPIN” hitmaker is expected to “usher in a new era for the iconic fried chicken brand”, and I’m excited to see what they have in store. Go snag some KFC Popcorn Chicken and stream “SUNDOWN” by Jack Harlow. It’s not new or anything, just under-appreciated.

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