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PETA calls out Jack Harlow, for promoting horse racing, in “Churchill Downs” music video

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PETA calls out Jack Harlow, for promoting horse racing, in “Churchill Downs” music video

PETA calls out Jack Harlow for “Churchill Downs” music video 

This week, Jack Harlow released the music video to his latest single “Churchill Downs.” This featured Drake, as it originally appeared on his latest “Come Home The Kids Miss You” album.

The title of Churchill Downs is discussed to the venue what the annual Kentucky Derby horse racing event is held, in Louisville, KY. That is Jack Harlow’s hometown, as he was also in attendance, at the Kentucky Derby. Drake was also there, as the two shot the Churchill Downs video, as well.

Now, Jack is getting backlash from PETA, for promoting horse racing in the Churchill Downs video, according to TMZ. PETA explained the behind the scenes activities of horse racing, where the horses are supposedly treated unfairly. The organization says that the video is “missing the whips, drugs, and deaths that run rampant in the industry.”

PETA also emphasized that many race horses are slaughtered, every year. 7,500 is reported to be the exact amount. In PETA’s eyes, Jack is profiting off of the abuse of these horses.

Jack also received backlash, for having two Black men carry him, at the derby. This was to avoid getting his shoes dirty.

PETA calls out Jack Harlow for “Churchill Downs” music video 

27, from Atlanta, 2017 University of Nevada-Las Vegas alum, die-hard Atlanta sports fan, and loves Hip-Hop and R&B. Twitter- @YuriyATL. Instagram- @YuriyAndriyashchuk.

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