Flo Rida Donates Insane Football Uniforms to Carol City High
The Miami Carol City Senior High football team will definitely be making a fashion statement next year.
The school's 50th anniversary is coming up, and one of its most famous alumni, rapper Flo Rida, has decided to celebrate by donating the gift of Native American-print football leggings to the Carol City Chiefs.
Flo Rida was apparently inspired when he saw pictures of Delray Beach's Atlantic High's questionably neon uniforms making the rounds on the net, so he decided to contact the same design firm, Futuristic Woo, to do some work his alma mater.
The helmet and Jerseys are pretty cool, but, good lord can we talk about them pants?
While they are an aesthetically strong choice, some Native American bloggers aren't exactly thrilled by the idea of a stereotypically Native American image being plastered along the crotch area.
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