Rapper Lil Wayne leads Green Bay Packers fans in 'Roll Out the Barrel'

JR Radcliffe
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
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Recording artist Lil Wayne addresses the crowd in the second half of a NFC Divisional Round playoff football game between the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks at Lambeau Field.

Rap star Lil Wayne, a longtime Packers fan whose track "Green and Yellow" is a showcase for his fandom, led Lambeau Field in a rendition of "Roll Out the Barrel" after the third quarter Sunday in Green Bay's playoff battle with Seattle.

Lil Wayne promised to arrive at the game "minked up," and that definitely appears to be the case with a flashy fur coat

It also appears the New Orleans native doesn't know many of the words to the song that has become a fixture at Packers and Milwaukee Brewers games (among other venues). But who cares?

Lil Wayne, who received a football from the team last week, received a custom Packers jersey before the game, bearing his nickname "Tunechi."

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The crowd of 78,998 was the second-largest for a playoff game in Packers history.

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