Lil Nas X reveals painful-looking first tattoo
Lil Nas X is officially inked.
The rapper shared snapshots of his first tattoo experience on Instagram yesterday, and fans couldn’t get enough of his over-the-top reaction.
“juh got my first tattoo,” he captioned a hilarious photo of himself screaming as an inked-up tattoo artist worked on his arm.
Dressed in a mint green Dior puffer coat ($3,100) and white shorts ($1,350) covered in the house’s logo, Lil Nas X closed his eyes and scrunched up his face as the woman added a meaningful symbol to the inside of his wrist.
The series of photos included several close-ups of the striking black design, which was based on the Aries symbol and featured in the album art for “Montero.”
His Instagram followers were loving the snaps (and the star’s funny reaction), with one commenting, “cant tell if you’re yawning or if getting a tattoo hurts that bad.”
“UR FACE ON THE FIRST PIC LMAOAOAO” another wrote, while a third fan said, “yall so slow. obviously he was just doing that face for the picture ..”
While he might have been milking it for the camera, his expression tracks based on the tweet he posted back in June, with the 23-year-old “Old Town Road” rapper writing, “the reason i don’t have tattoos yet is nothing philosophical or deep i am simply just too p—y.”
The star also shared some photos from his Barcelona tour stop in the Instagram post, including one of himself sprawled out on the sidewalk and posing in front of graffiti while wearing a “2 Fast 2 Furious” tee.
He also shared some snapshots from Spain on Instagram earlier yesterday, including one of himself naked in a hotel bathtub with some strategically placed bubbles.
Along with baring his abs, the “Call Me By Your Name” singer recently opened up to People about wearing a skirt on tour, sharing that he “was really nervous” while performing in front of loved ones in his hometown of Atlanta.
“Afterwards, my family — a lot of whom used to believe in everything opposite to what’s up on that stage — told me they were really proud,” he said. “I feel like I’m changing some minds.”
Speaking of changing minds, we’re wondering if this new tattoo has opened Lil Nas X up to more ink in the future.
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