Chris Brown’s new neck tattoo is getting much flak for looking too much like a battered and bruise Rihanna.
Could this be possibly his eternal reminder of the day his knuckles went crazy on his ex-girlfriend? Sinister comparisons claim that the tatoo matches TMZ’s much-publicized police photo of a visibly shaken Rihanna, taken the day of Chris Brown’s physical attack on her on February 2009.
Chris Brown’s camp is quick to refute that the neck tattoo is that of a skull celebrating the Mexican Day of the Dead holiday.
So I must admit I'm a bit confused about this, I can't figure out whether this is a tribute to battered women and he's trying to somehow make amends or it's him bragging like "haha I beat her up and I got away with it completely".
Anyways, let's say it's neither one or the other: why would you and get a tattoo of a battered woman and place it on your neck which is a highly visible part of your body?
The only thing that's for sure is that it keeps people, fans, news, gossip magazines, tv shows, internet and general media buzzing about it. Maybe we should ask ourselves who benefits from this?
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