Aaron Carter Takes His New Face Tattoo Out for a Spin on Dirt Quad
Aaron Carter might finally be gun-free, but he never said anything about giving up tattoos … his face now being exhibit A of exactly that.
The singer debuted a new tat over the weekend, which is plastered right on the side of his mug … taking up a massive section, which almost runs up to his forehead. The tattoo depicts what looks a lot like Medusa — the Greek monster with snakes for hair.
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He also has the word “Love” scribbled across the top of his cheek — very Post Malone-like, right? It’s unclear who commissioned the new ink, but Aaron documented a good portion of the process on his social media … and seemed to be in good spirits about it.
AC looked even happier riding around in the dirt on a quad sometime after the body artwork was done, captioning a video of himself with … “Living my best life sweetie.”
The obvious question that comes to mind … you good, bro? Remember, Aaron just gave up his firearms this past week — with proof, to boot — and told us he’d be getting some treatment to kick Xanax. Now, he’s drastically changed his appearance days later.
It’s possible everything’s fine and Aaron’s just expressing himself creatively — he was already blasted with tats before this. Then again … a sudden face tat is usually startling.
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