Waka Flocka Wiped His Ass With a Frat Boy’s Trump Jersey at the Georgia Theatre

That headline pretty much tells the story, but here’s a bit more detail:

A UGA student named Kyle Weber, whose Twitter bio describes him as a member of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity, attended last night’s Waka Flocka Flame show at the Georgia Theatre—on MLK Day, no less—wearing a Donald Trump basketball jersey.

The young world-beater was aware that his choice of attire might turn some heads:

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At some point during the concert, the Atlanta rapper noticed the jersey and asked Weber to hand it to him, which he did. No sooner had Waka Flocka received the item than he dropped trou and used it to wipe his bare butt, to a raucous crowd response.

Flagpole writer Nathan Kerce was at the show and witnessed the ass-wiping:

And, of course, there’s video:

In case you’re worried about Weber, he had a blast, and appears to have learned all the right lessons from the incident:

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Weber, who has since protected his Twitter account, also posted a photo of himself posing with Flocka, with the caption “Thanks for making my night one for the books big bruh!” and the hashtags #TrumpJerseyGuy and #Respect.

Waka Flocka has been a vocal Trump opponent since at least 2015.


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