Anitta becomes an American rapper's muse in a clip and breaks the internet

The singer anita has conquered more and more spaces in the US pop music scene and proof of that is his new work. The Brazilian became the protagonist of the First Class music videoby rapper Jack Harlow.

The clip was released this Friday (6), along with the release of Come Home The Kids Miss You, the artist’s new album. Engraved in black and white, the production shows Harlow being chased by the beautiful Anittawho, as always, did not skimp on sensuality.

The day before, Anitta had already made the announcement on her social networks, which caused the biggest uproar among her Brazilian followers. “I think Jack Harlow is putting me in first class this Friday”, said the artist.

Simply Anitta at the height of beauty in the new Jack Harlow clip”, reacted a netizen on Twitter. “Anitta had already posted a photo of her behind the scenes of First Classby Jack Harlow, and we didn’t even notice”, said a fan who rescued an old post from the carioca.

It is worth noting that in March of this year Anitta had already shown a certain friendship with Harlow, after a visit by the rapper to Brazil. After the singer performed on stage at Lollapalooza, she shared a record of a little party between the two in São Paulo.

Anitta met Leonardo di Carpio

Just this week Anitta shared with Brazilian fans about some details of her movement among Hollywood celebrities. The funkeira said that she had a Awesome conversation with Leonardo DiCaprio about Brazil.

Through her Twitter, the artist revealed that the two met during a MET Gala 2022 backstage party, which took place last weekend. Anitta said that the actor understands a lot about Brazil and its natural beauties.

“Yesterday I spent hours with Leonardo DiCaprio talking about the importance of young people getting their voter registration card. It’s on the final stretch. Did you know that he knows more about the importance of our Amazon rainforest than the president of Brazil? Because he knows,” Anitta said on Twitter.

“Then chat goes chat comes… we exchanged contact and he made himself available for me to ask for whatever was necessary. (Don’t take it the wrong way because there was no one flirting with anyone). The first thing I asked for was permission to share this little gossip with you. I have other ideas,” he said.

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Surenã Dias

Graduated in journalism from UNIME Salvador, he has worked in radio, newspapers and has worked with internet audiences since 2016. Currently, he has focused on audiovisual projects, pop culture and celebrities.

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