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Post Malone Tattoos:

Post Malone Tattoos:

Post Malone Tattoos:

Malone's First Hand Tattoo Shows Saint Jude Lifting up His Robe to Reveal a Skeleton.

He showed off his first hand tattoo during his interview with GQ, explaining that it shows Saint Jude, one of Jesus' 12 apostles according to the Catholic religion, lifting his robe to reveal a skeleton beneath it. (Source: www.insider.com)

In case you've ever wondered how long it takes a pop star (who graces the cover of GQ Style's Spring/Summer issue) to commit to a new tattoo, the answer, apparently, is two hours. Two hours is not a particularly lengthy period of time, and Post Malone concedes that not all of his tattoos have turned out perfectly. His first-ever tattoo, for instance, is of the Playboy bunny. It got scuffed up during the healing process thanks to an intense basketball game with Justin Bieber. Post has also been told that his neck tattoo, which is ostensibly a cow skull, actually resembles "an old man's butt." He doesn't see that, though: "It's all about perspective," he notes. (Source: www.gq.com)

"lord of the Rings" Character Sauron Is on His Elbow, but the Tattoo Isn't Finished Yet.

Though it may look like two black dots from a distance, Malone confirmed that he has "Lord of the Rings" character Sauron tattooed on his elbow during an interview with GQ. The ink just isn't finished yet. (Source: www.insider.com)

Posty also shared some new details about his upcoming NYE performance. (Source: www.altpress.com)

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Corden asks Wahlberg about his tattoos, which he reveals were removed from his neck, stomach, back and leg. When questioned about the decision to do so, the actor credits it to “maturity” and “sensibility.” (Source: www.altpress.com)

Above his right eye, Post has a pair of black and gray playing cards with the ace of spades in the foreground. The deep symbolism associated with this card and placement at the forefront of rock and roll imagery thanks to Mötör Head, as well as the fact that Malone has never addressed the piece, leaves the meaning behind this tattoo up for speculation. (Source: nextluxury.com)

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"Swords are fucking awesome, and I've been into them since I was a little kid," he says during his latest appearance on GQ's "Tattoo Tour" series. There were other motivations involved in the face tat: first and foremost, to annoy his mom, but also, to intrigue onlookers. "I feel like the face tattoos make me interesting to look at," he says. Although his plethora of ink — particularly on his face — garners plenty of attention, Post Malone admitted in an interview with GQ that he covers up out of insecurity. "I'm a ugly-a** motherf*****r," he said, noting, "I don't like how I look, so I'm going to put something cool on there so I can look at myself and say, 'You look cool, kid,' and have a modicum of self-confidence, when it comes to my appearance." The "Sunflower" hit-maker doubled down while subsequently speaking to the publication, arguing, "I feel like the face tattoos make me interesting to look at." Plus, again, his mom hates them.

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Now, Post Malone has finally revealed the real reason why he decided to get tattooed at his dentist’s office. During an interview with Jimmy Kimmel Live, he explains that his dentist appointment was actually the perfect excuse to get some new ink. Open canvas space on Post’s body has been shrinking for some time. And the compulsion to add ink hasn’t always been a healthy one. In an interview with GQ earlier last year, Post explained that his decision to tattoo his face might have grown out of insecurity: “I'm an ugly-ass motherfucker. [Tattooing the face] does maybe come from a place of insecurity, to where I don't like how I look, so I'm going to put something cool on there so I can look at myself and say, ‘You look cool, kid,’ and have a modicum of self-confidence when it comes to my appearance.” (Source: www.menshealth.com)

 

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