Lil Wayne Leads Packers’ ‘Roll Out the Barrel’ Chant at Lambeau Field: ‘One of the Dopest Times of My Life’

Being the Green Bay Packers superfan that he is, the Packers made sure Lil Wayne was in the building for their 28-23 divisional round victory over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday (Jan. 12). Weezy even led the nearly 80,000 Lambeau faithful on hand into their tradition of the "Roll Out the Barrel" song following the third quarter. 

The Packers gifted Wayne with a customized jersey emblazoned with "Tunechi" on the back with the No. 17, which is currently worn by star wideout Davante Adams. The New Orleans native came prepared with Packers gear of his own and was ready for the frigid temps of The Frozen Tundras with a white mink coat. 

Had one of the dopest times of my life yesterday!! Thanks to the @packers and the @nfl for the opportunity! Also to our @youngmoneyapaasports family @1realj.reed great game and great season," Wayne wrote recapping the memorable day. "NFC Championship bound!!!! Go Pack Go!"

Back in 2010, Weezy provided the soundtrack to the Packers Super Bowl run with his "Green & Yellow" anthem. Green Bay would go on to defeat the Steelers and Wayne hopes history repeats itself come February.

The Packers will take on the San Francisco 49ers next Sunday (Jan. 19) for the right to head to Miami and play in the Super Bowl. 

Check out all of the highlights of Wayne's day at Lambeau taking in the Packer victory below. 

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