Looks like Chris Brown is not the only one offended by the rumors!
Veteran tattoo artist Peter Koskela, the man responsible for Chris Brown’s newest and most controversial tattoo yet, expressed his thoughts about the misunderstanding which arose regarding the inking on the R&B singer’s neck. The artist felt that he should defend himself.
“I hate when people misinterpret what I do. It was really a blow to me to think that people would think so little of a person that I would actually put a picture of a beaten woman on his neck. That was crazy to me, that he would come to me and say, ‘Hey, I want Rihanna’s face on me.’”
“I would never promote any kind of domestic violence like that,” Koskela continued. “Even if he asked me to do it, I would have bounced right there. I don’t do racist tattoos, I don’t do gang-related tattoos and I don’t do anything hurtful. That is just the motto I live by. The other tattoo artists might, but I just don’t.”
Well, sounds like the issue is finally settled now!
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