Houston Texans WR Kenny Stills simply revealed a brand new “Black Lives Matter” tattoo on his leg … a part of an even bigger piece that tells the story of the Black battle in America.
The tattoo begins on Kenny’s hip and goes all the best way all the way down to his ankle — that includes imagery from the latest BLM protests … and different vital moments within the Civil Rights motion.
Among the protest indicators tatted on Stills embody, “Say Their Names” and “Cease Killing Us” … combined with iconic pictures together with a protest signal from a college segregation protest.
28-year-old Stills — one of many NFL gamers who continued to take a knee throughout the nationwide anthem in 2019 — added the brand new artwork to a earlier tattoo which featured the mug shot of Congressman John Lewis, who was arrested within the Sixties for peacefully protesting segregation.
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Beneath that picture is the famous shot of a protester in Memphis holding an indication studying, “I Am A Man.” The unique photograph was taken in 1968 by photographer Steve Schapiro.
The brand new ink is already going over nicely with a few of Kenny’s NFL buddies together with Odell Beckham who commented, “I want I had extra room!”