Jack Harlow says he's lost his virginity twice
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Jack Harlow has spoken out about how he feels he lost his virginity on two separate occasions.
Harlow told attendees he was 16 years old when he first 'lost [his] virginity'. However, he admitted he always 'tell[s] people [he] lost it twice' because of another experience he had when he was 18.
The singer continued: "I graduated high school, somehow, some way, I landed this dime piece who was five or six years older than me.
"She was like 23, 24—it blew my mind because, Nashville, you have to understand, at that point, I’d only f**k with girls I’ve seen in the halls."
Harlow explained the woman he was seeing picked him up from his 'indoor soccer games' and took him back to his 'homeboys' - which led to his friends finding out about the relationship.
"She was sitting there watching the game and they’d be like, ‘Yo, who is that?’ I’d be like, ‘Oh her? Yeah, we have sex, you know’—like I was feeling myself and it’s true, we did," he said.
"[...] It was like, welcome to the big leagues, like it was huge,” Harlow reflected.
The reaction to Harlow's discussion of his sexual history has sparked a mixed response online.
One user recommended Harlow get into comedy should his career in music ever falter: "If his rap career ever starts failing he got comedy on lock."
Another Instagram user wrote: "That was actually pretty interesting."
However, other users were confused as to what the point was of Harlow telling the Nashville audience about the woman. "What’s the point of this story?" one said.
Me listening to Jack Harlow talk about how he lost his virginity before he performs Luv is Dro pic.twitter.com/b2viLQ0Q0B— Devin 🐺 (@GeauxDevin) September 10, 2022
As much as the experience 'blew [his] mind,' Harlow admitted sleeping with an older woman taught him a big life lesson.
The musician said: "Something that really impacted me was the first couple times we did it, she would say to me, ‘You know, you don’t have to go so fast.’
“And when she said that, I was like, ‘Damn, I guess I don’t have to go so fast'."
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