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.
Viewers soon started took to Twitter to slate his fashion choices - many saying he resembled ET when he was dressed up in random clothes.
Lil Wayne at the half time show pic.twitter.com/iUT1qL7jmC
- A$AP Rocket :rocket: (@red_rocket9) January 8, 2019
LIL WAYNE killed it tonight pic.twitter.com/A9w8m4CanJ
- Wolf Johnson (@wolfofwagers) January 8, 2019
Lol why does lil Wayne look like ET at the halftime show #BamavsClem pic.twitter.com/AawV2w8e2z
- Rene Mata (@coach_mata) January 8, 2019
Others' references were a bit more topical:
Lil Wayne looking in the closet for his halftime fit pic.twitter.com/12C6xy6llN
- History of [email protected]@s (@dalcliff) January 8, 2019
Someone else said he looked like a certain Home Alone character:
Lil Wayne coming into the CFP halftime show looking like the bird lady from Home Alone 2 pic.twitter.com/FJcYOjSsrd
- Preston Orr (@TrippedNW) January 8, 2019
Then @LilTunechi comes out looking like the Bird Lady from Home Alone ♂️ @espn #NationalChampionship pic.twitter.com/LXVpbCQr6i
- Lenny DelVecchio (@LennDawg) January 8, 2019
"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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