Chris Brown unveiled his newest tattoo on Tuesday, September 11. The tattoo is located on his neck and depicts, what the public are accusing to be, a bruised woman and/or a resemblance of a battered Rihanna. Brown’s publicist said it’s a MAC cosmetics design of a skull associated with the celebration of the Day of the Dead. Brown even took it upon himself to defend his newest tat on Twitter.
He got the tattoo in Las Vegas over Labor Day weekend, but it surprisingly hasn’t been in the public eye until now.
What do you think of his newest addition?
By Sara – @ergense
Well things just got a lot more interesting. Just yesterday Drake threatened to “f-ck up” the tattoo artist who tatted “DRAKE” on a girls forehead. Kevin Campbell the artist, has responded to Aubrey via twitter, and apparently accepts his fight request. He even told Aubrey to name a date and time. Jeez, hopefully nobody catches a body like that.
Aubrey what happened to, “tat my f-ckin name on you so I know it’s real?” Mando Fresko recently caught up with Drake and asked him about the infamous headlining tat. Let’s just say Drizzy isn’t proud of the artist who did this.
Kevin Campbell, the tattoo artist behind the tat gave us his logic in an interview with Vice.
My whole deal with people wanting completely outrageous and potentially life-ruining tattoos is this: I’ll ask them three times if they really think it’s a good idea, I tell them what the potential consequences of getting a tattoo on their face might be, and after that, the bad decision is on them. I believe that people get the tattoos that they deserve. The shop where I worked prior to Will Rise was in the center of the Harbor City Crip neighborhood, so I’m not really a stranger to tattooing gang shit on faces, which is what I originally thought that this was. I guess I feel bad that this dumbass got the name of the softest motherfucker in hip-hop tattooed on her forehead. But what makes that any less valid of a tattoo to her? I lost a little sleep over it that first night, wondering if I wanted to be known as the asshole who tattooed “DRAKE” on some crackhead’s forehead. None of the face tattoos I had done prior to this got any publicity, so I was a little surprised that this one took off like it did. I’m still kinda debating whether or not I should send you guys the whole set of pictures, I don’t really want to paint the shop in a bad light, but it is what it is. In the end, she paid me to do this to her, which really means she did this to herself.
While in Hawaii T-Pain got a tattoo bearing the words “You Don’t Have To Like Me” with the famous like button image.
Ironically he tweeted the picture.
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