Chris Brown’s New Tattoo Sparks Interest, Is It Rihanna?

September 11, 2012

Just when I write something positive about Chris Brown, he goes and does something that has us scratching our heads just like Mr. Ochocinco.

In “crazy ex who can’t get over his girl and will do anything to get attention and possibly win her back news,” the internet is buzzing about his new bizarre neck tattoo.   

Breezy’s new ink depicts a beaten woman and some are speculating that it’s Rihanna. Now…I don’t think he’s THAT dumb to tat a pic of the woman he beat up on his neck, but it certainly raises questions.

A spokesperson for Chris told TMZ that the tattoo is not intended to portray Rihanna, but a random woman instead.

I love Chris Brown, I love Rihanna and I wish they both would just forget what people will say and go ahead and make it official again. But this tattoo in my opinion, is a lack of good judgement on Chris’ part and shows that he has a LOT of maturing to do.

Yeah tattoos are a symbol of self-expression…

Of course it’s his body and he can put whatever he wants on it…

Maybe everyone is overreacting over it…

I get it. But as a man who is in the public eye, scrutinized and criticized for his every move and as someone who clearly has issues with the media and people voicing their opinion, why on God’s green earth would you get a tattoo of a battered woman on your neck when your career was momentarily RUINED because you BEAT your girlfriend, who just happens to be America’s favorite bad girl??!

Do I think the photo is of Rihanna? Not at all. What I think is that Chris had a moment and did something on impulse without truly thinking it through and considering how it could impact him. It makes him look thirsty and publicity hungry, but it’s his body and if he wants to walk around with a memory of what he did looking him in the mirror everyday, who am I to stop him?

What do you think about Chris Brown’s new tattoo?

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1 Comment

  • Reply Rahkua December 4, 2012 at 10:33 pm

    I don’t know if I agree with this one….I actually kind of think, if it came from a sincere and remorseful place the tat was a “good idea” (this coming from someone who doesn’t have nor plans to get one)… It lends itself to the anecdote: “forgive but never forget”….in my (perhaps skewed) interpretation, I feel his immortalization of this battered woman can be viewed as his attempt at personal redemption. While much of the world (fans, media, law, Rihanna, etc) has forgiven him for the most part (his albums back in stores, they back together, he performing at awards etc etc), this tattoo shows that he will never forget nor does he desire the public to forget what he has done…it serves as a….PSA of sorts….. i don’t know…. Call it martyrdom?

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