I’m a bit confused and that is the major reason why I am writing this in the first place.
I’ve never lived abroad so maybe that contributed to my present state of confusion/shock.
Have you noticed the act of over tattooing as embraced by young people especially those in the entertainment industry?
How can you release one single and then go and tattoo your entire body with meaningless images /characters /figures?
Forgive me if I sound “Bush” or under exposed but at 21, how do you know how long you are going to be a musician for?
How can you tattoo your entire body when you are just a “hype” man with no future in music?
I don’t know about you but I think it’s would be easier to live life as a failed artiste with no tattoo than to appear in public in 2017 with Tattoo all over your body starting from your neck down.
Picture this: You were once popular and somehow something happens then you stopped being popular. You meet a lady and she takes you home to introduce you to her parents in Umuahia. What do you think her parents will think of your overly inked body?
How do you want to attend your kids PTA meeting looking like a dog’s vomit?
I agree it is not my money but one thing is certain, once you stop being hot, Nigerians stop caring and you will be more obvious with your over tattooed body.
Believe it or not, Tattoo does not make you a gangster. It’s also funny when you are all tattooed up trying to push your R&B single.
I have nothing against tattoos (I’ve got one) but I also believe that you should really be sure that you want/need to get one before getting the ink on your body.
Life’s more than staying in your father’s BQ and smoking dope .
Dear Young man, think about tomorrow before getting the name of your single on your neck.
Trust me, if Tattoos contributes to the success of an artiste, D’banj would have tontoed a sunshade on his face.