Lenny Kravitz Suffers from Wardrobe Malfunction; Responds With ‘#penisgate’ on Twitter

By Nilankur Dutta | 1 year ago
Lenny Kravitz Suffers from Wardrobe Malfunction; Responds With ‘#penisgate’ on Twitter

Breaking the silence after his wardrobe malfunction in Sweden, American rock-star Lenny Kravitz came up with possibly the most hilarious comeback in the history of Twitter today morning. Read on to find out more.

Lenny Kravitz unintentionally exposed his package to the residents of Sweden on Monday night, when his leather pants tore at the crotch in the midst of a gravity defying crouch. Thousands of fans have reported that the 51-year-old multiple Grammy Award winner was not wearing any underwear.


This happened during the first song, after which Kravitz left the stage for several minutes. Only to return in a new pair of trousers. “He said ‘sorry, I ripped my trousers’,” a member of the audience has reported to the Swedish news paper Expressen. Kravitz went on to perform the rest of his set relatively normally after that.

Twitter user Magnus Goethe has captured the image for posterity in his tweet, a link you should not click if you are at work, or eating anything.

Since then, twittersphere has exploded with jokes about “Little Lenny” and Kravitz’s supposed Jewish ancestry. The “Strut” singer himself though, was uncharacteristically silent about the whole incident, until this tweet posted today morning. Attached was the screen-grab of a text from friend and Aerosmith front-man Steven Tyler, that reads in part, “Dude…no underwear and pierced…you never showed me that…”

Kravitz himself only added the hashtag #penisgate.

Kravitz had recently appeared as ‘Cinna’ in the first two “Hunger Games” movies. His 2014 album, “Strut” was received as one of the best rock albums of the year, and reached 19th position in the Billboard 200 charts.

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Photo Source: Facebook/Lenny Kravitz