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Jack Harlow Is Trending For His Playoff Appearance Sunday

A general view of the Boston Celtics arena.

BOSTON, MA - DECEMBER 11: A general view of the Boston Celtics and Golden State Warriors game during the first quarter at TD Garden on December 11, 2015 in Boston, Massachusetts. The Warriors defeat the Celtics 124-119. (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)

Jack Harlow has seen quite the bump in popularity over the past couple years. But apparently NBA referee Scott Foster isn't one of the rapper's nearly 50 million monthly Spotify listeners.

When the Jumbotron cut to Harlow sitting courtside at the Bucks-Celtics game, the mic'd up Foster could be heard asking fellow ref Ed Malloy, "Who's Jack Harlow?"

The clip got a good amount of play on social media. "Clearly these mfs have never seen Narnia," Harlow quote tweeted SportsCenter's post.

"He is NOT a star," laughed one user.

"Same," replied Vox's Sean.

"They worried about the wrong [expletive] call some fouls," another user commented.

"Look how happy he is bruh he knows he don’t got enough talent to be where he’s at in life so he soaking it in."

"'Top rappers in the game,'" laughed another user.

"HYSTERICAL," tweeted Gary Owen in all-caps. "WHAT'S POPPIN?"

"Jack Harlow ... An offensive foul [handshake] ... Ed Malloy literally having no idea what it is," a fan tweeted.

"'Who’s Jack Harlow' proves that popularity is not the same as stardom," pointed out another.

"As if I needed another reason to hate Scott Foster," said another NBA fan.

Expect this to be an intro on a Jack Harlow track in the near future.