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Did Chris Brown get a tattoo of Rihanna’s face?

Posted on September 11, 2012 by

Chris Brown continues making bad decisions we’re highly uncomfortable with, this time getting a questionable tattoo on his neck that resembles a battered woman. This comes three years after pleading guilty to felony assault for beating his then-girlfriend Rihanna the night before the Grammys.

Brown showed up on a Las Vegas red carpet with his new ink. Although it resembles the photo police took of Rihanna, the woman in his tattoo has more severe injuries such as a black eye and stitches on her lips.

Brown insists the resemblance isn’t intentional. His rep told TMZ the tattoo is supposed to be a Mexican-themed skull in commemoration of Dia de los Muertos. And according to the tattoo artist, Brown brought him the “sugar skull” design from a MAC ad he’d seen.

Still, given his history wouldn’t he understand how people would see this as distasteful?

What do you think of his new ink?

TMZ did a side by side: 

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  • greg

    STOP GIVING THIS ASSHOLE MONEY.

  • kz

    i still love him

    • Lola

      I hope you die! @3efb59e0cbab5191818171f642ed5baa:disqus

  • jujujulia

    when women still support an asshole who beat the shit out of a woman i begin to wonder how stupid they really must be. all you’re basically saying is that if you’re attractive and talented (he’s neither) it’s okay if beat women to a pulp because you stupid bitches will go back to him. please stop this ladies. stOP.

  • Karin Flores

    he is such an idiot and rihanna is also for continuing to be with him. or should i say being “friends” with him, which we all know is bull shit. shes a horrible example for females and is promoting that domestic violence is okay. shame on her and shame on him.

    • Karin Flores

      also shame on everyone who thinks this is okay. it reveals how corrupt society is.

    • DUMB SHIT

      She is not promoting that domestic violence is okay. In her defense, people are allowed to have second chances. He may not be the brightest person out there, but he did plead guilty and served his time. You cannot punish someone for a lifetime. If he paid for his crime and had psychological help, he deserves to be treated like a normal human being. Now STOP your hating.