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ZaZa, the child rapper from Kentucky—and, frankly, legend-in-the-making—has legions of fans, especially after appearing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in September.

Now, you can officially consider hip-hop artist Jack Harlow among ZaZa’s faithful. In our video series, “In or Out,” we asked the “What’s Poppin’” rapper how he felt about toddler rappers—and he immediately brought up ZaZa. (If you haven’t watched “What I Do?” yet, you’re missing out.)

“In. Only one’s in though,” Harlow said. [There’s] only one toddler rapper, even though she’s damn near an adult now. She’s five. I don’t know if those are toddlers. But shoutout to ZaZa, queen of Kentucky. She is in.”

In the rest of the video, Harlow shares his thoughts on Disney+ (he’s a fan of National Geographic documentaries), the color yellow—which is more of an important question than you’d think, with spring coming—and whether or not he thinks celebrities should publicly support presidential candidates.

“I suppose it’s halfway in,” he said. “I respect it, because you know you’re putting your career on the line a little bit, by letting people know what you feel. So it’s a great move. Me? Couldn’t be me. Keep it to myself—that’s how I was raised.”

Check out our other videos in the “In Or Out” series, if you’re curious why rapper Key Glock won’t comment on ghosts, what K-Pop superstar Eric Nam thinks about Supreme, or want to hear Dwyane Wade talk about how proud he is of his daughter, Zaya.

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