Fresh off teaming up with KFC for a limited edition collab, Jack Harlow stopped by one of the fried chicken chain’s Atlanta locations this weekend to promote the launch of a meal named after the Louisville rapper.
Harlow took pictures with fans on Saturday at a KFC in Smyrna, as the Cobb County restaurant featured a mural of the rapper on the side of its building, as well as an enormous chicken bucket featuring Harlow’s face.
Available at KFC restaurants nationwide beginning Monday, June 6, the Jack Harlow Meal includes KFC’s Spicy Chicken Sandwich, Secret Recipe Fries, Mac & Cheese, a side of ranch, and a lemonade. The meal will also be served in special packaging.
“From releasing ‘Come Home the Kids Miss You’ and now launching my own meal at KFC, I’m having a super blessed summer,” Harlow said in a news release. “When KFC asked me to create my own meal, I knew it couldn’t be just any meal. My meal brings together my childhood favorites from growing up in Louisville, the KFC Mac & Cheese, with my new go-to Spicy Chicken Sandwich (with plenty of ranch), Secret Recipe Fries, and lemonade – it doesn’t get much better.”
In tandem with the release, Harlow and the iconic fried chicken chain will also drop limited-edition merch on the KFC app.
Back in December, Harlow and KFC announced their partnership with a $250,000 donation to the American Red Cross to aid in relief efforts for those who were impacted by the tornados that hit western Kentucky last year.