Tekken 7’s Leroy Smith Cosplayed by Rapper T-Pain Is Guaranteed to Brighten Up Your Monday

Tekken 7’s Leroy Smith Cosplayed by Rapper T-Pain Is Guaranteed to Brighten Up Your Monday

Check out musician T-Pain as he takes on the Tekken 7 character, Leroy Smith in this perfect cosplay.

If you were watching EVO 2019 last month, you may have witnessed a new trailer from Tekken 7 director Katsuhiro Harada showcasing what characters will be appearing in Season 3. Making an entrance was Tekken veteran Zafina followed by a new character called Leroy Smith who will be taking the stage to duke it out. Even though Leroy hasn’t even released yet, the new fighter has caught the eye of musician T-pain who was a rapper in the 2000s, but you can find him nowadays on Twitch playing a host of games that include Overwatch, Apex Legends, and Rainbow Six: Siege.

 

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Let me tell you somethin bruh!!! @tekken #leroysmith #cosplay @dragoncon @xavierwoodsphd

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As well as being a gamer, T-Pain also seems to enjoy a spot of cosplay and given the quality of his attire, he does a pretty damn good job of it. Yesterday on his Instagram, the musician premiered his Leroy Smith cosplay to a host of supportive comments. As previously stated, Leroy hasn’t been announced yet so this could very well be the only cosplay around at the moment and what an amazing job T-pain does at embodying the soon to be Tekken 7 character.

 

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How much y’all payin for this emote? #LeroySmith @tekken #dragoncon

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Season 3 will begin this month with the release of Zafina and Leroy following hot on her heels with a winter release. Included with the new DLC, there will be free updates which will include new moves for all characters, play stats display, updated UI, expanded practice functionality, and My Replay & Tips.

Tekken 7 is available on Xbox One, PS4, and PC and you can purchase the game on Amazon.


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