Monday 27 June 2022 04:45 AM Jack Harlow shows support for Lil Nas X by wearing rapper's T-shirt to the BET ... trends now
Jack Harlow is showing his support for Lil Nas X, and he's letting millions of fans all over the world know it.
On Sunday, ahead of the BET Awards ceremony, Harlow stepped out on to the red carpet portion of the festivities wearing a black Lil Nas X T-shirt, to along with his matching slacks and shoes.
Over the last few weeks, the Old Town Road star has been on a social media frenzy, taking jabs at BET, an awards body that specifically honors African Americans in entertainment, for failing to nominate him and his acclaimed debut studio album Montero.
Supportive: Jack Harlow, 24, showed his support for Lil Nas X by wearing his t-shirt, amid the Old Town Road star's social media frenzy against BET for not nominating his album Montero
Harlow, 24, struck a formidable pose in his all-black ensemble in front of the line of photographers along the red carpet.
The Louisville, Kentucky rapper is among the list of artists who are preforming at the BET Awards that are being held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.
It didn't take long before Nas took notice of Harlow's supportive gesture by wearing one of his t-shirts and took to Twitter.
'wow I really love this man,' the Georgia native, 23, wrote in acknowledgement to his show of respect.
Man in black: The Kentucky native struck a formidable pose in his all-black ensemble in front of the line of photographers along the red carpet
Touched: Lil Nas X wasted little time in sharing his 'love' for Harlow on Twitter
Lil Nas X (born Montero Lamar Hill) made headlines last year when he kissed a male backup dancer during his performance at the BET Awards.
The kiss sparked some anti-gay backlash, but in the end, it didn't hamper him from having a standout year on the career front following the release of Montero in September 2021, which was three months after the awards show performance.
If hit songs have anything to do with being nominated for awards, then Nas has truly made his case with the five singles that supported Montero.
The songs Montero (Call Me by Your Name), Sun Goes Down, That's What I Want, Lost in the Citadel" and Industry Baby, his collaboration with Harlow, all topped the Billboard Hot 100.
And all the success translated into him scoring big on the awards circuit, receiving nominations for five Grammys,