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Woman Shocked After Jack Harlow Responds To Her Bizarre Snapchats

Woman Shocked After Jack Harlow Responds To Her Bizarre Snapchats

The rapper replied to her odd messages and was clearly impressed by what he'd seen

A woman was left shocked after Jack Harlow replied to her bizarre Snapchat messages.

Allison Venz decided to reach out to the rapper in her own unique way, and did not anticipate hearing back from the star.

But much to her surprise, the 24-year-old let her know what he made of the messages.

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In a video posted on TikTok, Allison shared the photos she sent to Harlow, in which she uses her hair to spell out the word 'glamorous' – referencing the lyrics to his song First Class, which samples Glamorous by Fergie.

No doubt Harlow receives many messages from fans, but how many are sent through the medium of wet hair?

Solid effort.
TikTok/@allisonvenz

Clearly, Allison caught his attention, and he replied with a selfie captioned: "First class. That's weird but I love it."

Of course, there were many ways this could have gone for Allison. She most probably expected it to be completely ignored or not seen at all, but getting Harlow's endorsement was a best-case scenario she hadn't anticipated.

The video has been viewed 900,000 times, with Allison captioning the post: "Well that went better than expected."

It just goes to show that celebrities do take the time to reply to fans – sometimes.

Back in February, none other than Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson replied to a guy who slid into his DMs.

Ray Swift DMs singers on Insta with their own lyrics in the hope they will sing along, and you'd be surprised to see how many celebs actually bother. 

One of his most popular videos on TikTok features The Rock (who incidentally turns 50 today).

In the video, Swift sends the star the lyrics to Face Off, a track featuring Johnson alongside Tech N9ne, Joey Cool and King Iso. 

The Rock responded with a bunch of fire emojis before sending over a voice message, in which he sang: "Got the soul in my veins / My culture bangin' with Strange / I change the game, so what's my motherf****** name – Rock."

The video has been viewed a whopping 25 million times, racking up 3.8 million likes.

Commenting on the clip, one person said: "How do you get The Rock to respond but my professors won't even respond to my emails."

Another added: "This is absolutely amazing & should be placed in our history books."

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Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@allisonvenz

Topics: Celebrity, Music