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What Advice Did Mark Wahlberg Give To His Co-Star, Post Malone?

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By Rima Pundir

Mark Wahlberg has come a long way from his "Marky Mark" days, back when he was a rapper and the frontman of the band, Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch. Of course, the band was formed because of his older brother, Donnie Wahlberg who had the band, New Kids on the Block. While Donnie Wahlberg is a regular on the CBS TV series Blue Bloods, Wahlberg has amassed a neat fortune for himself. So what advice did he have for Post Malone?

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Post Malone & Wahlberg's Life Have Similarities

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Both Malone and Wahlberg started off their careers in music at a rather young age, though Wahlberg gave up sooner and went into movies instead. Of course, Malone has carried on his musical legacy and gotten pretty popular as well, and it's only now, at age 25, that he's getting into acting as well, in a role along with Wahlberg for the movie Spenser Confidential. As far as Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch were concerned, they gave up before they got too famous.

Mark Was Up To Shady Stuff Before Fame

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Before Mark Wahlberg settled down and became a musician and then an actor, he was in a street gang and spent his time getting into major trouble. In fact, he was once convicted of attacking a person of Vietnamese origin and actually had to spend some days behind bars. Apparently, this was enough to change his viewpoint in life, and become a better version of himself. This better version also came with first getting inked and later removing those tats, and that's where Malone comes in.

Malone's Tattoo Count Is Growing

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Every new picture of Post Malone seems to come with one more tat, and he is at 50 and counting. If his hands, back, chest, arms, legs et al weren't enough, Malone has begun to get his face tattooed as well. The only thing being, getting a face tat may not be something you like about yourself a few years down the line, but considering the permanency of a tat, what is there to do? Mark Wahlberg has some advice...

Mark Regrets His Tats

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When Mark Wahlberg decided to remove his tats, he did not have seven years to do it, the time it takes for painless removal. Instead, he had signed on for the movie The Fighter and needed to have them off before filming commenced. So Wahlberg had it done quickly and remembers it to be an excruciating process. Like hot bacon flicking on you, repeatedly. So he has the same advice for Malone as well, in that a lot of pain may be headed his way, when the face tats become boring and overrated!

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