Unsurprisingly, the very-religious OG Aaron Carter that is Justin Bieber went the religious route with his newest tattoo choice and got the word Grace tattooed just above his eyebrow, which is better than getting the word Holy over his butt crack like he first thought. And on a positive note, at least the Jesus tattoo on his leg has another reason to throw a “bitch, please” eye roll.
Tattoo artist Jon Boy rang in the New Year by getting some cheap publicity and posted a picture of Justin’s new facial ink to his Instagram page with a very long-winded statement about how people with difficult lives–like the mega rich, mega brat from Canada who became rich and famous as an underage youth–come into his life and inspire him, blah blah blah.
This Instagram post may be sponsored by Febreze since you’ll want shove a bottle up your nose like poppers after taking in the dirty scabs and ear smegma scent of Justin Bieber.
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“2018 was a lot of work for me. Both in tattooing and inner work I thought I would never have to face. So many times wanting to give up asking God to take me home. But then I’m reminded what my purpose in this world is through people like you who get tattooed by me and share your life of struggles, anxieties, lost love ones, memories and victories through these little tattoos that have some of the biggest meaning behind them. Thank you. Thank you to my clients who have become some of my best friends. I love you all! Gods grace is sufficient in our weakness and it is by Gods love we are here for 2019!” -jonboy
Previously the face tattoo had been seen but nobody really knew what it was saying and the tattoo artists involved were being cryptic for some reason, but Jon Boy finally decided to spill the beans and let us all know, like: “Hey, sorry it’s barely legible but I swear to god the tattoo says Grace.”
So this barely looks like it says Grace. If you didn’t tell me it said Grace I would have read Gross and been like “Did Justin Bieber get Gross tattooed on his face?” then I’d have to Urban Dictionary the word Gross to see if I was missing out on some hip new youth lingo, and it just would not have landed the way I think Justin intended. …Or it could also say Yass, which honestly, is so much better.
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