Jack Harlow Height: Why is Everyone Guessing about His Height?

The 24-year-old Jack Harlow is a rapper, songwriter, and record producer who has set the music industry on fire. Harlow has been steadily rising up the charts thanks to the success of songs like What’s Poppin and its remix featuring rappers Tory Lanez, DaBaby, and Lil Wayne.

But, many people are still confused about one particular aspect of the famous rapper: how tall is Jack Harlow?

Jack Harlow Height


Jack Harlow Could be 5 Feet 9 Inches or 6 Feet 3 Inches Tall.

Jack Harlow’s stature has been a bone of contention for a very long time. The gifted rapper is listed as 5 feet 9 inches tall in certain media. Jack Harlow has been described as a towering 6’3″ in height by several media outlets. And therefore, the question arises: what gives?

The short answer is that nobody knows for sure what the deal is, or at least how the 5 feet, 9 inches comes into it. Jack Harlow’s height was questioned after he was photographed alongside several other celebrities at the 2022 Met Gala, all of whom he towered over.

Fans were confused since they had always assumed Jack Harlow to be 5 feet 9 inches tall. Jack Harlow is not short by any means, but he also doesn’t tower over the competition like other great basketball players like Shaquille O’Neal.

It would appear that Jack Harlow is closer in height to a 6’3″ frame than a 5’9″ little stature. If you can bear the music, check out his movie Nail Tech and you’ll see that he appears to be on the taller side of the scale in a few of the frames.

Perhaps Jack Harlow’s Industrial Baby video can better illustrate his stature. Harlow and Lil Nas X work together on it, and they even appear side by side at one point. The Sun claims that Lil Nas X is 6 feet tall.

The video demonstrates that Harlow and Lil Nas X are almost the same height, with the exception that Lil Nas X appears slightly taller due to his hairstyle. The 5’9″ estimate appears to be grossly off. Hollywood has used techniques to make actors appear taller than they actually are many times.

In the Remake of “White Men Can’t Jump,” Jack Harlow has Replaced Woody Harrelson.

Woody Harrelson is a name familiar to most of you. The 61-year-old actor has been in several blockbuster movies (Natural Born Killers, Zombieland, The People vs. Larry Flynt) and TV shows (Cheers, True Detective), but his breakthrough role came in 1992’s White Guys Can’t Jump, opposite Wesley Snipes’ Sidney Deane.

In the video, two basketball hustlers strive to out-hustle each other, but ultimately decide to work together to steal a bigger reward. Jack Harlow, who will soon make his debut in the film industry, will play the character made famous by Woody Harrelson in the upcoming remake of White Guys Can’t Jump.

Height disparity between Jack Harlow and his opponent, actor Sinqua Walls, will be on full show (Friday Night Lights, Power, The Secret Life of an American Teenager). The plot, though, sounds like it will be different from the original, despite the fact that it is being termed a remake.

Mortal Media, comprised of NBA player Blake Griffin, former NFL tackle Ryan Kalil, and Noah Weinstein, is adapting Kenya Barris and Doug Hall’s White Men Can’t Jump for the big screen. Kamal (Walls) is a young man whose destiny was to follow that of his NBA legend father until a string of poor decisions and an anger problem derailed him.

Kamal initially sees Jeremy (Harlow), a white hipster, as an easy target when Jeremy challenges him to a gunfight. Nevertheless, Kamal eventually learns that Jeremy is just another man who was denied the chance to pursue his dreams.

It will be interesting to see how faithfully Calmatic (House Party remake) sticks to the original Ron Shelton film. Not only did Harlow wow producers Calmatic and notably Barris during his first-ever audition for the role of co-lead, but he also has never acted in his life (though he has filmed countless music videos). Having seen Harlow play in the Celebrity Game during NBA All-Star Weekend certainly didn’t hurt.

NBA Referees are Completely Unfamiliar with him.

It’s understandable that, prior to Jack Harlow’s height becoming such a hot topic, many people could have been as baffled as NBA official Scott Foster, who made headlines earlier this year for asking, simply, “Who is Jack Harlow?”

Many people had a sincere inquiry about the NBA playoff match between the Boston Celtics and the Milwaukee Bucks. Both Foster and his companion, Ed Malloy, who responded with “I have no idea,” failed to see that their microphones were still active.

Foster recognised Harlow from the game and identified him to Malloy as “the person over here, right here.” Just behind you, wearing a white shirt, is him. Foster said, “I don’t know,” to Malloy’s follow-up query, “Yes, who is he?” Query him about it.

Neither of them did, but when Jack Harlow overheard the conversation, his comedic side kicked in and he took to Twitter to assist the confused NBA officials. Responding to the video, Harlow stated, “Obviously these mfs have never seen Narnia,” referencing the many people who have said Harlow looks like Mr. Tumnus from The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe. You can read their full conversation down below.

Foster and Malloy could hardly be held responsible for their ignorance about Jack Harlow. Neither his music nor Jack Harlow’s stature are likely to appeal to them because they are outside of their respective comfort zones. That was a fairly entertaining exchange of words, though.

White Guys Can’t Jump will soon be available in theatres and on streaming services, giving you the chance to judge Jack Harlow’s height for yourself.