Chris Brown decided to tatt the back of his head with what looks like a Greek statue, I have no ideas what the reason is for him doing this but we can all speculate. I think it comes down to simple boredomn.


King Rico of Ink Studio in the Bronx tatted the superstar and his friends last night after hanging out with him in the studio. "It was a pleasure to tatt the new King of Pop and watch him put together another record in front of my [sic]. Dude is a genius. Blessed and Thankful," he captioned underneath a photo of the two. There's been much speculation since Brown uploaded and deleted a photo of his new art, but according to King Rico, it's simply a Greek statue.

Chris Brown or anyone else who is thinking about getting a historical tattoo should do the research. Chris Brown isn't Greek, and if he knew anything about Greek culture they had an extreme disdain for blacks.

They are partially responsible for the fall of ancient Kemet known today as Egypt. People should understand the importance of symbolism and the things that you get permanently put on your body. Sometimes when you tattoo the wrong symbol then it symbolizes your ignorance.

Chris Brown will probably make up some reason why it meant something to him but this is another celebrity who was bored with a tattoo artist on call.