Korean rapper Jay Park dons an 'Aussie BBQ legend' apron on stage in Sydney

Korean rapper Jay Park donned an 'Aussie BBQ legend' apron on stage in Sydney on Friday.

The 32-year-old took to Instagram after his concert to share the hilarious footage with his nearly four million followers.

The muscular hip-hop star danced around on stage for his thrilled fans while sporting the bright blue apron, which featured a huge picture of Australia on the front. 

What a legend! Korean rapper Jay Park goes shirtless as he dons a 'Aussie BBQ legend' apron on stage in Sydney... just days after he donated $30,000 to the NSW RFS

What a legend! Korean rapper Jay Park goes shirtless as he dons a 'Aussie BBQ legend' apron on stage in Sydney... just days after he donated $30,000 to the NSW RFS

The heavily-tattooed rapper styled the hilarious look with black jeans, a navy blue cap and bulky red and black Nike sneakers. 

He captioned the footage: 'What type of time I'm on. I'm a f*****g BBQ legend b***h!'

It comes after Jay donated $30,000 to the New South Wales Rural Fire Service ahead of his Australian tour dates this week.

'What type of time I'm on': Korean rapper Jay Park donned an 'Aussie BBQ legend' apron on stage in Sydney. The 32-year-old took to Instagram after his show on Friday to share the hilarious footage

'What type of time I'm on': Korean rapper Jay Park donned an 'Aussie BBQ legend' apron on stage in Sydney. The 32-year-old took to Instagram after his show on Friday to share the hilarious footage

Shirtless! The muscular hip-hop star danced around on stage for his thrilled fans, known as JWalkerz, in the bright blue apron, which featured a huge picture of Australia on the front

Shirtless! The muscular hip-hop star danced around on stage for his thrilled fans, known as JWalkerz, in the bright blue apron, which featured a huge picture of Australia on the front

The rapper took to

on Monday to announce his generous donation and provided a link to the RFS website for his 1.5million followers to do the same.

'Pray for Australia and see you soon,' he said, ahead of his shows in Sydney and Melbourne. 

'Pray for Australia and see you soon!' Korean rapper Jay Park donated $30,000 to NSW Rural Fire Service on Monday ahead of his Australian tour later this week

'Pray for Australia and see you soon!' Korean rapper Jay Park donated $30,000 to NSW Rural Fire Service on Monday ahead of his Australian tour later this week

 

'I'm gonna tell AOMG to do the same. Hopefully it helps somewhat,' Jay Park said, referring to

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