Jack Harlow Unbothered by Machine Gun Kelly's Diss Track

For the record, the 'Bloody Valentine' rocker threw a jab at the 'Industry Baby' hitmaker after the latter described himself as the 'hardest white boy' on 'They Don't Love It'.

AceShowbiz - Jack Harlow was aware of Machine Gun Kelly's diss track, but he couldn't care less about it. When addressing the matter, the "First Class" emcee said, "Everyone's entitled to their own opinion."

For the record, MGK threw a jab at Jack after the latter described himself as the "hardest white boy" on "They Don't Love It". On the track, he raps, "Ya boy's strivin' to be the most dominant ever/ The hardest white boy since the one who rapped about vomit and sweaters/ And hold the comments 'cause I promise you I'm honestly better than whoever came to your head right then."

Unhappy with Jack's declaration, MGK dropped a freestyle called "Renegade Freestyle" in which he spits, "I see why they call you Jackman/ You jacked man's whole swag, give Drake his flow back, man." The "Bloody Valentine" rocker continues, "I eat rappers like Pac Man/ Must I regurgitate and show you who's in my stomach from the last dance?"

Responding to the diss, Jack said on "Rap Radar Podcast", "How do you take it in? I guess you just f**king take it." The 25-year-old hip-hop artist added, "Everyone's entitled to their own opinion, and I feel great about what I said, and I feel great about the reaction. It just is what it is."

The "Industry Baby" hitmaker also made it clear that he's not backing down on the title. "It was a stream-of-consciousness sort of verse," the Kentucky native stated. "Not that I don't stand on my statement. I'm an MC! I'm talking my s**t. This is not a new concept to feel yourself. I feel no reservations about what was said at all."

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