22 April 2021, 11:32
Machine Gun Kelly has formally added one other tattoo to his huge assortment.
Machine Gun Kelly is thought for having loads of tattoos and his newest addition (a pink line going proper down his neck) is, um, fascinating…
On Tuesday (Apr 20), the ‘Bloody Valentine’ singer shared an Instagram submit captioned, “bye, bye neck.” The gathering of pictures confirmed MGK’s new tattoo – a skinny pink line happening the center of his throat, which scarily made it seem to be he’d had his throat slit.
He additionally included a video of himself proper earlier than the tattooing course of was about to start. “If anybody has ever preferred my neck…it is gonna look totally different,” he mentioned, while the tattoo gun buzzed within the background. He then tweeted: “Yatted the neck. sorry.”
However why would anybody need to make it seem to be their neck has been gruesomely sliced open, you ask? Effectively, MGK hasn’t really confirmed the true that means behind his inking however we are able to solely think about it is symbolic.
MGK has round 80 recognized tattoos and every have a particular story behind them. He has “RIP B Arnold” on his proper arm in tribute to his late grandmother, Jessica Rabbit on his proper bicep representing his fantasy lady and a pink faux wound on the lefthand facet of his chest signifying when anyone ripped his coronary heart out.
Considered one of his favorite tattoos, nevertheless, is of a pink double decker bus. MGK revealed the story behind it on GQ’s Tattoo Tour in 2016, he mentioned: “I bought hit by a double decker bus in Manchester. At like 7 within the morning we have been on the lookout for weed and I noticed some guys and I used to be like, ‘That man appears like he would have it for certain. Took one step into the road and [crash sound].
“The bus was going full pace. The entire entrance of the windscreen was cracked, like spiderweb. I awoke on the bottom, my garments have been ripped, and I attempted to run away. I used to be so tousled I believed I did a criminal offense or one thing.”