Seven Ridiculous Things Half-Naked Wyclef Jean Should Straddle Next
If you follow Wyclef Jean on Twitter, today you saw one of the greatest celebrity tweets of the year. On the occasion of his 43rd birthday (we know, he’s older than we thought) the former Fugee decided to show his 2.8 million followers exactly how young he still felt:
TODAY I AM 43 YEARS OLD! I look And feel 26! U cant keep à good Man down! Keep à smile when they want you to frown! twitter.com/wyclef/status/…
— Wyclef Jean (@wyclef) October 17, 2012
Yes, that is a picture of a half-naked, oiled-up Wycelf Jean posing on a motorcycle. It’s the greatest celebrity image we’ve seen in a while, made even better by its sheer unexpectedness.
We liked it so much, in fact, that we couldn’t help but put half-naked, oiled-up Wyclef John even more unexpected places…
RIDING ATOP A DOLPHIN:
CLIMBING THE EMPIRE STATE BUILDING:
MAKING A SURPRISE APPEARANCE IN A LIL WAYNE VIDEO:
HITCHING A RIDE ON A FIRE TRUCK:
GOING ON A CAROUSEL:
WINNING THE QUIDDITCH CUP FOR GRYFFINDOR:
RE-ENACTING THE ENDING TO DR. STRANGEGLOVE:
Where do you want half-naked, oiled-up Wyclef Jean to pop up next?
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