Wyclef Jean Celebrates His 43rd Birthday In A Peculiar Fashion

Wyclef Jean Celebrates His 43rd Birthday In A Peculiar Fashion
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Wyclef Jean is clearly in shape for his age, but the 43-year-old platinum recording artist may have gotten a little carried away here.

The Fugees star, celebrated his middle-age milestone in a very peculiar fashion, posting a picture of himself lathered in baby oil and straddling his Ducati motorcycle.

To top it all off, Wyclef was wearing almost completely nude sporting just a tiny speedo.

Showing off his muscular physique, Jean was quick to point out how great he looks!

In an accompanying caption he wrote: ‘TODAY I AM 43 YEARS OLD! I look And feel 26! U cant keep ‡ good Man down! Keep ‡ smile when they want you to frown!’

The skimpy underwear happened to match his Americana-style bike, a red, white and blue vehicle adorned with stars.

Ashton Tyler | Elite. 

Photo Credit: JP Yim/Getty Images

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