We know that the tattoo addiction is real: once you start, you can’t stop. Some of our favorite celebrities are getting inked left and right; you’ll be hard-pressed to find a star who doesn’t have a tattoo these days. From meaningful expressions, tributes to loved ones, matching sets with partners, and even some that appear to be regrettable (hello, botch spelling jobs), tattoos are a popular form of art on well-known celebs. Each tattoo gives us a better idea as to who they are as a person, and we immediately wonder what the meaning behind the ink is. Let’s take a look at some celebrities that are killing the ink game.
The pop singer (and former teenage heart throb), is on a major ink streak, with over 50 tattoos covering his body. From religious symbols, nods to his music, animals, family memories and even a portrait of his ex, Selena Gomez (yikes!), there’s not much real estate left to produce art. Last month, Bieber debuted his newest tat on Instagram - a long-stemmed rose on his neck. We’re on edge to see what’s next with Biebs.
While she doesn’t have as many tattoos as JB, Skylar Grey has a unique collection of 16 meaningful tattoos (and counting). Girl can rock the hand tattoo well. The talented songwriter and singer (who just dropped a new single, ‘Sideways’), walked through all of her body art in an interview with INKEDMAG last year.
Odell Beckham Jr.
Better known as OBJ, the NFL wide receiver for the Cleveland Browns has 86 known tattoos. From head to toe, each piece of ink is a work of art. OBJ’s in-depth tattoo collection ranges from inspiring words, his love for music, portraits of influential Black figures and athletes like Barack Obama, Kobe Bryant and Martin Luther King and so much more. The tattoo addiction is real for OBJ.
The Maroon 5 singer sparked interest in his extensive body art after his 2019 Super Bowl Halftime Show (performed shirtless), when fans noticed Levine’s intense tattoos. The Cut runs through each and every one of Levine’s tattoos, noting that most of his body art is relatively new, as of 2015. His first tattoo was a tribute to 9/11 when he was 21, dove and cherry blossoms on his left shoulder.
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