Chris Brown is becoming a living piece of art! The singer has finished his massive head tattoo and it is pretty intense! Check out a pic!
Chris Brown, 26, teased us with his partially complete head tattoo a couple days ago, but now he’s ready for the world to see the finished product! The singer took to Instagram on Aug. 26 to post a photo of the piece, which takes up most of the real estate on the back of his noggin. The tat now features a detailed portrait of a Goddess, her face staring off into the distance, next to a seriously ticked-off looking bull! Yes, like, the animal. You’ve got to see this thing!
Showing the whole wrap around tat, Chris posted a picture of the back of his head, holding up his right hand (featuring two gigantic gold rings). Sharing the photo on his Insta, Chris was his usual direct self!
“I do what the f–k I want!” he wrote alongside the bold pic. He then added the necessary hashtags, “#rockstar #500 #onehellofanight #legendarynight @iamkingrico.” For the record Chris, it’s pretty clear that you do what the f–k you want, don’t worry! You can check out the Instagram post below!
Someone who does care about what Chris does, though, is the mother of his daughter, Nia Guzman. We at Hollywoodlife have learned EXCLUSIVELY that the 31-year-old mama doesn’t want Chris getting more ink, out of concerns that it will scare their daughter, Royalty, 1. “Nia thinks Chris is running out of body parts to put more tattoos on,” the source revealed to us. “The only place really left is his face. Even though she hates seeing his face, she doesn’t want him tatting it up. She doesn’t want Royalty to be scared around him and think he’s some kind of monster,” they added.
Venus De Milo; the Greek Goddess of Love. Bull; represents the Taurus that I am.Strategically placed on the left side of my head in protection of my heart for the Love of my Goddess… ROYALTY is everything and as man, we protect that with everything!
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What do you think of Chris’ head tattoo? Is it too much, or an awesome form of expression?
— Casey Mink