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NBA Refs Post Hilarious Video Listening To Jack Harlow In Their Car After They Were Heard Talking About Who He Is: “We Would Like To Refute SportsCenter’s Claim That We Don’t Know You.”

NBA Refs Post Hilarious Video Listening To Jack Harlow In Their Car After They Were Heard Talking About Who He Is: “We Would Like To Refute SportsCenter’s Claim That We Don’t Know You.”

Jack Harlow has grown massively popular in the rap game over the last 2 years. Harlow has become one of the biggest names in the world of music right now and is incredibly known around the world. 

But not everyone is too familiar with him, as a recent clip showed NBA referees discussing who Harlow was after he was shown on the big screen during Game 1 of the series against the Boston Celtics and the Milwaukee Bucks.

But the referees have chimed on and responded to that video, in a truly hilarious fashion. 

The official Twitter account of NBA referees responded to the video by uploading their own video of all of them sitting in a car and listening to Jack Harlow's music while rhythmically nodding their heads. Even Jack Harlow responded to the video, seemingly amused by them.

Harlow has been in the news quite a lot lately. His next album, 'Come Home, The Kids Miss You' comes out tomorrow, and the hype for it is unreal. But his work on the album hasn't kept him from attending NBA games, especially during playoff season. 

Harlow also caused some controversy by toying with an NBA camera person's equipment, but the issue was settled between the two without an issue.

Harlow is a huge NBA fan, often making references to basketball and NBA legends in his song. In 2020, after the Miami Heat's incredible run to the NBA Finals, Harlow put out a song called 'Tyler Herro' after the Heat youngster. Harlow even got Herro to be part of the video.

As the NBA playoffs continue, one has to expect a superfan like Harlow to continue attending games and catching the action. Jack Harlow has always been a massive basketball fan, and now that he has the opportunity to attend NBA games regularly, it's hard to imagine him passing that up.