​People Are Rinsing Lil Wayne For His ‘Bird Woman’ Outfit

I'd imagine trying to find an outfit for a big stage performance would be pretty tricky. Sure, you'd want something that looks good, but something breathable that lets you move, nothing that you'd get too sweaty in - there's a lot to think about.

Well, judging from his recent performance at the College Football Playoff National Championship at Levi's Stadium, California, on Monday night, Lil Wayne doesn't give a shit about all of that.

Not only did he wear a massive, full-length fur coat (toasty), huge sunglasses (highly impractical) and baggy over-the-knee boots (just plain weird), he also just seemed to don every other item of clothing that he owned.

Looks like Lil Wayne decided to don just about every item of clothing he owned. Credit: Shutterstock
Looks like Lil Wayne decided to don just about every item of clothing he owned. Credit: Shutterstock

Viewers soon started took to Twitter to slate his fashion choices - many saying he resembled ET when he was dressed up in random clothes.



Others' references were a bit more topical:

Someone else said he looked like a certain Home Alone character:


"Lil Wayne out here looking like a power puff girls Villain," another person tweeted.

"Lil Wayne looks like the Hamburglar #Halftime #CFBChampionship," someone else said.

One Twitter user got particularly creative, writing: "Weezy looks like a dragon wrangler about to sell you some magic legumes underneath a bridge."

Other suggestions ranged from a Furby to Cruella de Vil, which are both also strong shouts.

I mean, I'm all up for the idea that people should be able to wear what the hell they want (perhaps within reason) without backlash, but there's no denying it's a slightly bizarre combo.

Mind you, if you're a multi-Grammy Award-winning rapper who's probably absolutely minted, I guess you can do whatever you like.

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Jess Hardiman

Jess Hardiman is a journalist who graduated from Manchester University with a BA in Film Studies, English Language and Literature, and has previously worked for Time Out and The Skinny among others.

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