CUMMING VIDEO: "Your p*ssy is calling my name" - Jack Harlow sings on TikTok as his 'cum and masturbating face' is captured while on Bed KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

KossyDerrickEnt

Your favourite Entertainment Blog for trending Gist, Celebrity News and gossip, food and Hollywood Celebrity news. For advert and sponsored post, contact: [email protected]

Finance

Breaking News

Search This Blog

Before you used this banner

Translate

Friday, November 11, 2022

CUMMING VIDEO: "Your p*ssy is calling my name" - Jack Harlow sings on TikTok as his 'cum and masturbating face' is captured while on Bed

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it has it Jack Harlow has sung on TikTok as his 'cum face' is captured while on Bed. (Read More Here).

While on TikTok, Jack Harlow, is heard singing some dirty and nasty lyrics on of a yet-to-be identified song, while lying on his bed.

He was heard saying: "Your pussy is calling my name."

Harlow’s position on the list of 21 MOTY honorees comes towards the end of a year that has been full of career milestones, many sparked by the May release of his sophomore album Come Home The Kids Miss You.

The project, which spawned two viral hits with “First Class” and “Nail Tech,” also led to Jack Harlow’s first headlining arena tour, with the City Girls along for the ride as an opening act. Ahead of the tour, his appearances and wins at both the BET Awards and the MTV Video Music Awards both made waves, especially with Brandy joining him on stage following their short-lived beef.

It's no surprise that Jack Harlow is at the top of his game. From releasing his latest studio album Come Home the Kids Miss You, going on tour, filming a movie, to playing double duty as host and musical guest on Saturday Night Live (and pulled off frat boy in a tampon costume — range!) — "Young Harleezy" has been the "Talk of the Town."

Despite these career achievements, the 24-year-old "First Class" rapper, who is featured in PEOPLE's Sexiest Man Alive issue as a part of the Men of the Year portfolio, has felt most fulfilled by one moment in particular.

"Album release weekend in my hometown was pretty fulfilling for me. We shot the 'Churchill Downs' video and the energy was just unprecedented," he says of the video shot at the Kentucky Derby, which featured Drake, his collaborator on the track. "I like making magical things happen where I'm from."

Harlow speaks highly of his hometown in Louisville, Kentucky, and has expressed that his career is a "mission that's bigger" than him. "I know there's a kid in the city with headphones on, getting off the bus, walking home from school — listening to my music, watching my interviews, reading these words right now — that feels like this same dream is possible for him," he told PEOPLE in October 2021. "I want people nationwide to look at Louisville as an important and cultural city."

And that feeling hasn't changed. In between his busy schedule and strict routines, there's one thing Harlow won't cut back on: "Spending hours and hours with my childhood friends in my Kentucky home."

"Taking those same friends out to eat," he adds. "Last week I was home and we went to a new restaurant we've never been to every night. Hard to say why it makes me happy. I like sharing my unique access and privilege with them — it's more fun to experience this life together than by myself."

For a limited time only, the rappers will take court as part of 2K’s MyTEAM mode crossover series. Players can choose to compete as Cole or Harlow in the special mode and complete spotlight challenges to earn exclusive celebrity cards.

The game didn’t specify exactly how long the Cole and Harlow characters would be available, so those interested should pick up the controller while they still have the chance.

The partnership is especially fitting, given that Cole stars on the Dreamer Edition cover of this year’s 2K and appears both in the game and on its soundtrack.

“NBA 2K has long been a place to discover new musical talent through their game and continues to be a gold standard for showcasing all things basketball culture,” Cole said. “It’s been an amazing journey to not only appear on a cover of this year’s game, but to be part of the MyCAREER storyline, soundtrack and bring the Dreamer brand into NBA 2K.”

The rapper also teased that there’s more to come, so 2K players should “watch out for all things Dreamville and Dreamer brand drops during Seasons and for Bas and Elite in this year’s MyCareer story.” (Read More Here).

No comments:

Advertise With Us