Rapper Jack Harlow entertains huge crowd in Melbourne while wearing an AFL Bulldogs beanie

American rapper Jack Harlow shows his appreciation for Australian football as he sports Western Bulldogs beanie at party in Melbourne – after becoming a dedicated fan of the AFL

American rapper Jack Harlow wrapped up the Australian leg of his Come Home The Kids Miss You world tour in Melbourne on Saturday by showing his appreciation for the Australian Football League.

The 24-year-old took to the stage at Melbourne’s Ms Collins nightclub and entertained the roaring crowd while wearing an AFL Western Bulldogs beanie.

An energetic crowd pulled at their smartphones to capture Jack sporting the home colours of the 2016 Grand Final winners.

American rapper Jack Harlow (pictured) wrapped up the Australian leg of his Come Home The Kids Miss You world tour in Melbourne on Saturday by showing his appreciation for the Australian Football League

American rapper Jack Harlow (pictured) wrapped up the Australian leg of his Come Home The Kids Miss You world tour in Melbourne on Saturday by showing his appreciation for the Australian Football League 

The Kentucky native dressed for comfort in the beanie, an eye-popping jumper which exploded with colour and jeans. 

The 6ft 3inch musician’s curly light brown locks were visible underneath his beanie while his scruffy beard completed his instantly recognisable look.

Jack brought the same vivacious energy and enthusiasm to the after party that he brings to all his concerts, which he will be bringing to Auckland, New Zealand on Sunday.

The 24-year-old took to the stage at Melbourne's Ms Collins nightclub and entertained the roaring crowd while wearing an AFL Western Bulldogs beanie

The 24-year-old took to the stage at Melbourne’s Ms Collins nightclub and entertained the roaring crowd while wearing an AFL Western Bulldogs beanie 

An energetic crowd pulled at their smartphones to capture Jack sporting the home colours of the 2016 Grand Final winners

An energetic crowd pulled at their smartphones to capture Jack sporting the home colours of the 2016 Grand Final winners

The Kentucky native dressed for comfort in the beanie, an eye-popping jumper which exploded with colour and jeans

The Kentucky native dressed for comfort in the beanie, an eye-popping jumper which exploded with colour and jeans

The 6ft 3inch musician's curly light brown locks were visible underneath his beanie while his scruffy beard completed his instantly recognisable look

The 6ft 3inch musician’s curly light brown locks were visible underneath his beanie while his scruffy beard completed his instantly recognisable look

He has reportedly fallen in love with AFL while touring Australia and is said to watch as many matches as he can.

Earlier this month he voiced his new-found love of the game, admitting he can’t sleep due to a highlight addiction aided by an envy of the retro goal umpire outfit.

The What’s Poppin hitmaker recently posted on Instagram about his new-found passion after sporting a Fremantle Dockers bucket hat at his WA gig.

Jack brought the same vivacious energy and enthusiasm to the after party that he brings to all his concerts, which he will be bringing to Auckland, New Zealand on Sunday

Jack brought the same vivacious energy and enthusiasm to the after party that he brings to all his concerts, which he will be bringing to Auckland, New Zealand on Sunday

He has reportedly fallen in love with AFL while touring Australia and is said to watch as many matches as he can

He has reportedly fallen in love with AFL while touring Australia and is said to watch as many matches as he can

Earlier this month he voiced his new-found love of the game, admitting he can't sleep due to a highlight addiction aided by an envy of the retro goal umpire outfit

Earlier this month he voiced his new-found love of the game, admitting he can’t sleep due to a highlight addiction aided by an envy of the retro goal umpire outfit 

'Can't sleep watching AFL highlights,' he commented on Instagram

‘Can’t sleep watching AFL highlights,’ he commented on Instagram 

‘Can’t sleep watching AFL highlights,’ he commented on Instagram.

Harlow has become captivated by iconic AFL moments like Tony Lockett’s goal at the death to put Sydney into the 1996 grand final, plus Peter Daicos’ insane banana goal from the wrong pocket that defied geometry against West Coast in the 1990 qualifying final.

But more importantly to the pop star, who has reached the top of the Billboard Hot 100 twice, were the vintage uniforms of AFL’s goal umpires which died out in 2006.

Jack recently posted on Instagram about his new-found passion after sporting a Fremantle Dockers bucket hat at his WA gig

Jack recently posted on Instagram about his new-found passion after sporting a Fremantle Dockers bucket hat at his WA gig

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