The “No Guidance” singer showed off the newest additions to his extensive body art collection on Instagram Monday night which prompted the artist to share a close-up pic where fans could clearly see the Air Jordan sneaker hanging by the laces from a Black Pyramid logo. Breezy actually got the new ink in June or August of 2019, according to Hollywood Life, but this is the first time his fans on the gram have gotten a good look at the tatts.
If you attended one of his shows or events at the end of last year, you may have been lucky enough to catch a glimpse but with the new pic from the tattoo artist leaves no doubt as to what the art is a picture of. The Los Angeles artist, Ganga posted the clear snap on Tuesday but the pic was from right after he finished the process.
“More tattoos last night for my brother @chrisbrownofficial , here is this Jordan shoe that I did recently, , @blackpyramidofficial,” the artist wrote in the caption of his post.
While many people thought the pictures were cool/interesting, a few of Chris’ super fans came for the artist in the comments.
“how did u go to sleep that night knowing u did that,” one fan wrote on the artist’s post.
“If u put another tat on his face we coming for you,” another aggressive fan commented while a third said, “Please dont tatt his face again ??.”
On the other hand, one follower noted that Jordans are his “fav shoe ever ?.”
Face tatts have become quite popular and less taboo in 2020… if you have tons of money or a successful music career. Post Malone recently got a bloody buzzsaw on the left side of his face but it is just one of many. In an interesting turn of events, Cindy Crawford‘s son, Presley Gerber, recently got “MISUNDERSTOOD” tatted on his right cheek. Gerber was forced to address the tattoo on Instagram live after the backlash he received online.
Presley must still be dealing with the opinions of trolls online because he shared a video of himself shooting a large rifle at a shooting range.
“Innocent little me before all the horrid tattoos ??y’all know nothing #waketfup,” he wrote in the caption of the video.
Message to the trolls: stop taking all the fun out of face tattoos… we need things to talk about.