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Lil Wayne recently caused an Uproar (pun intended) when he showed up to perform at the College Football Playoff National Championship halftime show looking like a cross between Elton John and Mary J. Blige.

ICYMI the New Orleans bred rapper donned a wildly patterned, $9,300 floor-length faux fur coat from Gucci, oversized bedazzled sunglasses, a brightly airbrushed T-shirt, vinyl leather pants, over-the-knee fur-trimmed puffer boats, fingerless gloves, a striped scarf, and to top it all off, a wide-brimmed hat to cover his red and pink dreadlocks.

It was an interesting look to say the least and Twitter wasted no time playing fashion police and sounding off with some hilarious responses. We personally thought Weezy was trolling, but we quickly came to realize this isn’t his first outlandish look. Here our 4 other times Lil Wayne gave us “auntie chic”.

‘SNL’ Performance

Lil Wayne broke out his Sunday’s best for his performance on Saturday Night Live last October. To celebrate the release of his long-waited album Tha Carter V,  Weezy rocked what appeared to be women’s clothes: a pair of sequined pants, a vintage t-shirt, UGG boots and an over-sized cheetah print coat.


To accept his award during the 2018 BET Hip Hop Awards Weezy opted for Louis Vuitton leggings and a matching scarf he draped around his shoulders like a kimono. He topped it off with a LV jersey, red swim trunks and a pair of converse sneakers.

WJBL Big Show

Wayne performed during the WJBL Big Show at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit last December, rocking his favorite pair of $800 UGG boots by Y/ Project. We’re assuming because it was the dead of winter in Michigan he decided to layer his look wearing a blue hooded sweater and cashmere coat  over his zebra print jeans.


During his set at Rolling Loud Fest in Los Angeles last December Tunechi decided to sport this two-piece floral Gucci ensemble. Yes those are leggings. And no you’re eyes are not deceiving you. Those are platform Nike Cortez.

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