Friday, May 27, 2022

Jack Harlow Has $4000 Surprise for GA Teachers Who Remixed His ‘What’s Poppin’ in Viral Video (Watch)

*In an appearance on “Good Morning America,” rap star Jack Harlow surprised the two Georgia teachers who made a video hyping the upcoming virtual school year inspired by his song “What’s Poppin'”

Using Harlow’s beat, teachers Callie Evans and Audri Williams from Monroe Comprehensive School in Albany, Georgia wrote original lyrics for the song to welcome students back to online learning. Several of the school’s cheerleaders served as background dancers in the video, which went viral.

As the pair were being interviewed live on “GMA,” Harlow crashed the chat, shocking both educators. “I can’t even tell y’all how amazing y’all are!” he gushed.

“I love you so much,” Harlow continued. “I grew up with teachers that had a huge influence on me my whole life, and it stuck with me. So what y’all provide to society is invaluable, so I can’t thank you enough for doing the job you guys do.”

To show his gratitude, Harlow presented Williams and Evans each with $2000 gift cards. “Just as a small token of my appreciation, I wanted to give both of you $2000 gift cards just to treat yourselves to whatever you guys want. I really appreciate y’all doing what you do. So, thank you so much. And thank you for making my song better.”

Watch the teachers’ original video above, and their GMA appearance with the Jack Harlow surprise below:

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