Celebrity Feet: Lil’ Wayne – Jordan Son of Mars ‘Pop-Art’

March 5, 2012 BY

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Lil’ Wayne rocking the latest Jordan Brand release is, without much surprise, a pretty good fit. The hip-hop artist known for his eccentric and personal mode of fashion is like a walking contemporary pop-art banner, representing a rainbow of colors in some of the most unusual outfits like indoor snow-board boots, jeans over leggings over Jeremy Scott sneaks, wearing fitted caps above a hoodie – in short, he challenges the style ‘norm’ evidenced by other hip-hops artists who wear fitted suits, bowties, lens-less glasses frames, and other ‘dapper’ garments. During a recent stay out in Los Angeles, Lil’ Wayne was spotted rocking the Jordan Son of Mars ‘Pop Art’ going partially unstrapped on both feet to give the shoe another method of ‘wearability’. Without question, the biggest recent news headlines involving the YMCMB star is his verbal confirmation of a signature shoe with a major shoe brand, but he’s already cancelled out as Nike and Reebok as the involved party. Like how Wayne rocked ’em? Check out the extensive gallery below and let us know what you think. via lilwaynehq


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