Rick Ross Gets a Face Tattoo. Pure Ignorance or Genius?

Rick Ross Gets Face Tattoo That Says “Rich Forever” on His Chin: Picture

Celebrity Beauty May. 28, 2014 AT 12:55PM By 1
Rick Ross debuts a new tattoo on instagram Rick Ross got a new face tattoo on his chin that says “Rich Forever.”Credit: courtesy of Rick Ross

Once hustlin’ every day, Rick Ross is now certain that he will always be wealthy. The “Hustlin'” rapper, 38, debuted a wild new face tattoo this weekend reading simply, “Rich Forever.”

A nod to his 2012 mixtape by the same name, his Rich Forever tat is etched onto his chin just below his lip. Ross, who usually sports a full beard and mustache, shaved his chin around the tattoo to show off the words.

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He posted a photo of his face with the new embellishment to his Instagram account on Sunday, May 25. “Rich Forever” is also the name of a single that Ross released with John Legend, as well as his Instagram handle.

Ross’ new ink may have been inevitable; the Maybach rhymer already sports more than 100 tattoos on his body, including previous art on his face. His noggin features the letter W over his left eye, which he says is “for win,” an outline of the state of Florida between his eyebrows, and three crosses below his right eye, among others.

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The “Sanctified” performer told Buzzfeed earlier this year that he got his first tattoo, a dollar sign, at age “13 or 14.” As to where it is on his body, he told the site, “Man… It’s in the midst! It’s in the midst…because I had to get it somewhere my shirt wouldn’t really show it, you know?” He went on to get more than 50 different dollar sign tattoos.

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His latest number was inked by California-based celebrity tattoo artist Nikko Hurtado, who has also worked with Drake, Kat Von D, The Game, and Chris Cole

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