Justin Bieber is no stranger to tattoos, but it seems like his latest one, which depicts his first love (sorry, not Selena Gomez), is miniscule in comparison to the Believe tattoo inked on his left forearm.
E! Online reports that Bieber debuted the latest addition to his body art in the Toronto airport, and you almost need a magnifying glass to see what it is. The tiny tat is the Japanese kanji for music, which Justin proudly bore during his homecoming stroll through the airport.
According to The Christian Post, Justin Bieber appeared smiling, yet tired in his travels on Monday. It is clear that Bieber’s becoming somewhat of a slave to the needle, considering at 18-years-old, he already has an impressive body art collection. Bieber’s other tattoos include “Jesus” inked on the left side of his torso, a seagull on his left hip, an outline of a star on his left elbow, and “Believe” written on his left upper forearm.
While some are openly criticizing the singer for having too many tattoos, many have been applauding Justin Bieber as well, for showing his willingness to display religious symbols so openly. Bieber’s not afraid to tell people about his faith either, and said in a past statement that:
“I’m a Christian; I believe in God, I believe that Jesus died on a cross for my sins. I believe that I have a relationship and I’m able to talk to Him and really, He’s the reason I’m here, so I definitely have to remember that,” continued the singer. “As soon as I start forgetting, I’ve got to click back and be like, you know, this is why I’m here.”
The Christian Post reports that earlier this year, Bieber debuted his “Believe” tattoo, which he got the same time as his latest album (with the same title) came out.
What do you think of Justin Bieber’s new tattoo?