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Twitter Is Losing It Over Dua Lipa and Jack Harlow Exchange

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Jack Harlow's album Come Home the Kids Miss You recently dropped, and with it came a plethora of new rap songs for fans to jam out to. This included one song titled Dua Lipa, that's about, well, Dua Lipa. Instantly the internet was curious about what the British pop star thought of the lyrics - and luckily, Harlow himself revealed just that. Let's just say her reaction was priceless! Here's what went down.

The lyrics in the chorus go something like, "Dua Lipa, I'm tryna do more with her than do a feature (Do it) I checked the web, they out here chewin' me up, f*** it, Fadeaway, I lift that Luka knee up, bucket, I heard from someone you said you could be us, nothing." Interesting... looks like the rapper is trying to hit on Dua Lipa through a song? But before the world got to check out his flirting skills, he actually hit up the pop star to make sure it was okay to drop the track. 

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During a recent interview with The Breakfast Club, Harlow explained, "Well, you know, I wanted to get her blessing, so I FaceTimed her and played it for her because I didn't want her to be blindsided by that or feel, like, creeped out or anything," the 24-year-old said. "If she said, 'Yo, I hate it,' it wouldn't have come out." And while she didn't hate it... it seems like maybe she also didn't love it? "She was like, 'Oh, I mean, it's not my song. I suppose it's okay.' She was kinda thrown off, and she just kinda let it go."

Almost immediately, Twitter users went crazy over Dua's reaction: "'i suppose it's okay" sounds more like a no to me," one person teased. Others revealed that in Britain, saying the word "suppose" typically isn't a good thing... "I speak bri'ish suppose means she hates it RIP Jack," another user laughed. It looks like the gods of Twitter have officially made "I suppose it's okay" an iconic quote - and honestly, we're loving it. But that doesn't mean we won't be listening to Harlow's album nonstop. Make sure you check it out on Spotify!