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Rapper Young Dro became the latest target of Twitter jokes after some said he was wearing a romper. Pictured: Young Dro on Feb. 22, 2016 performing in Atlanta. Getty Images

Move over cargo shorts, guys everywhere may have just found their new summer attire. Created by ACED Design, the RompHim is a romper for men. Already sported by NFL superstar Cam Newton, rapper Young Dro may be the latest male celeb to be caught wearing the piece of clothing.

According to the Kickstarter for RompHim, it is a romper designed for men which is also “pretty damn comfortable” and “may just be the start of a fashion revolution.” While the RompHim hasn’t taken the fashion world by storm yet, the article of clothing did send Twitter into a frenzy, which led to a number of jokes at Young Dro’s expense.

“Young Dro looking like a hidden character trapped inside a tropical Skittles bag,” wrote one Twitter user. “Young Dro look like a character in GTA Vice City that you pick up by the beach and do a mission with,” wrote another.

But others claim the rapper wasn’t wearing a romper at all, instead saying he was just wearing a matching shirt and shorts set with the shirt tucked into the pants. “The romper thing started today because of Young Dro and dude wasn’t even wearing one lol. Looks like a Ralph Lauren 2 piece to me,” tweeted one user.

Whether or not Young Dro was wearing a romper, the RompHim’s Kickstarter page shows that there is a market for the clothing piece. More than 600 people have backed the campaign, pledging $65,292 ― smashing the campaign’s original goal of $10,000.

Although the RompHim may seem like a tough look to pull off, the company behind it assures that it’s for men of all sizes. “We’re revolutionizing men’s fashion, and that doesn’t stop at product aesthetics,” reads the Kickstarter page.

“We tested RompHims on guys of all shapes and sizes to make sure we offer something for everyone ― and our buttoned waist tabs help you get the most flattering contours possible. We promise that once you put it on, you won’t wanna take this thing off,” it continued.

While it’s yet to be seen if the RompHim is actually a joke, the team behind it claims it’s not. In a statement given to Elle, they said: “We’ve talked to a lot of guys who would wear them with pride, even if it’s a bit outside their comfort zone. I’d imagine some people will buy these as more of a joke, and we obviously can’t control why people wear them ― in a way though, that’s part of the fun of fashion.”

ACED Design also said they spent “countless hours designing the RompHim to be your favorite summer outfit. Concerts? Beach Days? Rooftops? Pool parties? Leisurely strolls? Bar patios? This super-garment is designed to take them all on in style.”

Whatever the legacy of the RompHim turns out to be, some Twitter users just couldn’t help but laugh at the whole thing. Check out some of the best tweets below: