Rapper Young Thug unveiled the artwork for his new mixtape Thursday and users reacted anon online. Observers noticed his Instagram post, which showed the MC in a annoyed dejected dress with a parasol-like hat over his head. The aback awning of Thug’s No, My Name Is Jeffrey, appearance a agnate image. But he faces advanced and looks out from beneath the hat instead.
Some created memes dabbling fun at the awning choice. Yet others questioned his allotment of anomalous culture. For Twitter users who begin amusement in the photo, adroitness abounded.
One placed Thug in the 1990s adaptation of Mortal Kombat.
Another absurd him in Disney’s Mulan.
@ktgonkt couldn’t advice but see article accustomed in the ensemble. He aggregate an angel of the rapper in Beyoncé’s dress from her Lemonade beheld album.
Erick Fernandez aggregate an angel of the MC edited into a car wash.
Instagram additionally got in on the fun.
Continuing the Disney affair on Twitter, Mariano edited the rapper into the Mary Poppins movie poster.
Tim Wattley had the rapper booty Nettie’s place, calling out to Celie in 1985’s The Color Purple.
But others begin the adumbration added serious.
The rapper becoming acclaim for his cover choice from some.
Others, like Myles E. Johnson, anticipation it was ambiguous for individuals who are targeted for donning anomalous aesthetics because it aligns with their identity.
Johnson additionally alleged out the rapper for application the attending for business purposes.
User B. Lestrange additionally took issue. She explained beeline men demography on feminine styles makes the attending acceptable for the accessible because they “tend to reaffirm they’re straight.”
Still, the Jeffery cover is not the aboriginal time Thug wore angled gender norms. He wore a Hooters catchbasin top in his “Check” video aftermost year.
As for why he wears women’s clothing, the Atlanta rapper told GQ they’re “[slimmer] than men’s clothes.”