6 Drake Halloween Costumes That Are Even Cheesier Than Drake Himself
Last year, Drake was absolutely delighted about all of the Drake Halloween Costumes he saw on social media. There were plenty of Nothing Was The Same cover art costumes, the iconic 'Drake' forehead tattoo girl, and plenty of massive thick eyebrows to last the year. We all know how much Drake loves Halloween (and by Halloween, I mean OVO). But the idea of simply wearing a muscleman suit under a letterman jacket to capture the essence of this year's Drake seems a little tired. There are plenty of potential Champagne Papi costume concepts, but in typical Cheesy Drake fashion, I think the best are super literal interpretations of his songs.
If you didn't lose your cool the moment Drake and Future dropped What A Time To Be Alive — then you probably have little interest in the costumes coming your way. Only the most dedicated of fans will know exactly what your costume is trying to convey, but do you really want to talk to non-Drake fans anyway? Didn't think so. So, check out these very literal, very LOL-worthy Drake song costumes, and prepare for a lot of confused stares — but even more high fives. Because who doesn't want to be a part of Halloween Gang? Even if just for the night.
Because although yes, getting a call on your cell phone is more typical — who doesn't want to be called on their pink house phone? Add some fake jewels and your hotline will bling like no other.
Or if you're more of a PC person — you know what to do. The Nikes are non-negotiable, though.
Simply try to spend the majority of your night jumping around. People will totally get it.
Or, like, 1 a.m. in Wisconsin. Whatever your geographic location allows.
Get super meta, and dress up as Madonna performing Drake's "Madonna." Bonus points if you find a Drake-lookalike to sloppily make out with.
Although it can be assumed that "Jungle" is about more of an urban jungle, it's way more fun to dress up as an actual jungle than a bunch of skyscrapers.
A bunch of Halloween costumes based on Drake songs? A seasonal necessity, really.
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