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The Fashion Police & Everyone With Eyes Came For Lil Wayne's National Championship Halftime Show Look + Fans Drag Kentucky Governor For Shading Weezy

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Lil Wayne hit the stage last night and everyone is coming after him for his fashion flair, including Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin. See his edgy look inside...

What in the Apple Bottom Jeans, Boots With Erykah Badu's Fur is going on here?

Lil Wayne has everyone coming for him after his appearance at the College Football Playoff National Championship Halftime Show. Imagine Dragons were tapped as the headliners, but they brought Weezy out during their set and he totally stole the show.

The Young Money honcho popped up on stage in a black, white and blue floor length fur coat, paired with black and white scarf, red pants, rhinestone encrusted sunglasses, fingerless gloves and a floppy hat. He then finished the look with a pair of knee high furry boots. The "Lollipop" rapper has an obsession with Ugg boots, so no surprise there.

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The Grammy Award winning rapper performed his track "Uproar" before joining Imagine Dragons for a verse on their new collaboration "Believer."

Peep a clip from his performance below:

 

As expected, Twitter didn't waste any time to offer up literary award winning commentary on his lewk:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Matt Bevin, the Governor of Kentucky, was NOT a fan of Weezy's attire and made it known on social media:

 

 

Wayne fans aren't here for the governor coming for the rap gawd, so they popped back:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ooop!

Also...

Wayne sat down with X Games to chat about what it feels like to perform at X Games Aspen 2019, creating new music, his love for his fans, how he got into skateboarding and more. Check it above.

 

Photos: Getty

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