The internet reacts loudly to Young Thug's "No, My Name is Jeffery" album coverSlander, jokes, and support.

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Aug 26, 2016

Last night, just before the release of his album No, My Name is JEFFERY, Young Thug shared the cover artwork for the LP. And on it, the rapper can be seen donning a ruffled and layered lavender skirt and Asian-inspired conical hat by Italian designer Alessandro Trincone.

Naturally, this sent the internet into a tizzy – though it really shouldn't have considering Thug's defiantly declared before: "There's no such thing as gender."

But save for the disapproving reactions...

There were some goodhearted jokes...

Hold up, they don't thug you like I thug you

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And some in-your-face support...

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