Ciara rocked the camouflage pants, a white tee, diamond cross chains and long blonde braids to complete the Weezy-inspired look with face tattoos and all. She even threw on the oversized pink fur hat that Wayne wore in the video himself.
“I am the Female Weezy,” she captioned her posts on social media on Tuesday (October 31). “Yung Mula Baby.”
Lil Wayne took note of CiCi’s Weezy-Nicki costume on Wednesday (November 1) and showed love to the “Goodies” singer on Twitter. “Ci Ci you killed it!!!!!!! I fkn luv it,” Weezy wrote.
Find photos and clips from Ciara’s Halloween costume below:
Ci Ci you killed it!!!!!!! I fkn luv it!!!!
— Lil Wayne WEEZY F (@LilTunechi) November 1, 2023
Ciara received plenty of love from her fans as well as Wayne and Nicki Minaj admirers in her comment section.
“Weezy C Baby & the C is for CIARAAAA,” one person wrote, while another said: “ATE. I hope you and Wayne collaborate like you said you wanted.”
Ciara, who is expecting baby number four next year, has yet to collaborate with the New Orleans rap deity on a track. Although she teamed up with Nicki on 2013’s “I’m Out.”
Nicki Minaj recently pushed back her Pink Friday 2 album to December 8 which cleared the way for Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz’s Welcome 2 ColleGrove to arrive later this month.
After unleashing the lead single “Presha” earlier this month, Wayne and Chainz’ Welcome 2 ColleGrove will land on November 17. The joint effort boasts 21 tracks in total and will feature Benny The Butcher among several others.
The original ColleGrove was released back in 2016 and debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 with 53,000 album-equivalent units earned in the first week.
Last week, Weezy and Tity Boi appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where before hitting the stage to perform “Presha,” the duo gushed about their longtime friendship.
“I mean, once we linked up, we were friends from there,” said Weezy, noting they first met at an Atlanta studio. 2 Chainz came across to Wayne as a laid-back guy who graduated from college and hooped.
When asked to elaborate on how the pair began as longtime collaborators, they both appeared to get a little shy. “Uh…Wayne wanted cannabis,” said 2 Chainz, signaling to Fallon he was at one point in time Tunechi’s weed supplier.
“And so every time I would go to Atlanta and I wanted to speak about that one thing [marijuana], I would always call [2 Chainz] to talk about that,” Wayne added.