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Kanye West aka Ye: Studio in London offers free tattoo removal


Kanye West aka Ye recently made negative headlines, especially with anti-Semitic statements. Now a London tattoo removal studio is offering a service for the rapper's former fans.

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Kanye West (2020): »It seems that there are some former fans who regret their tattoos«

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At best, anyone who gets a tattoo has thought it through so well that they will be happy with the motif for the rest of their lives – but sometimes external influences get in the way: For example, former Kanye West fans should be uncomfortable after the rapper’s anti-Semitic statements today be able to wear his portrait on his skin.

It is precisely these people that the London tattoo removal studio NAAMA wants to help.

In mid-November, the team wrote on Instagram: "We'll remove your Kanye tattoos for free."

Apparently, the first people have already accepted the offer, as shown by another post in which depictions of the American, who now goes by the stage name Ye, are processed with lasers.

NAAMA told the US broadcaster CNN that the initiative had "met with worldwide interest and a great response".

According to the Sunday article, three people have already started tattoo removal and ten others have booked a consultation.

"It seems that there are some former fans who regret their tattoos." One of the customers was attacked on social media because of her tattoo.

Kanye West had recently made headlines several times with anti-Semitic statements and lost advertising deals as a result.

He recently told far-right conspiracy ideologist Alex Jones during a lengthy conversation that he loves Jewish people, but he also loves Nazis.

West wore a stocking-like mask over his face.

Meanwhile, following a fire letter from employees, Adidas is also investigating further allegations against West.

He is said to have shown Adidas employees, among other things, pornographic videos and photos - including an intimate photo of his ex-wife Kim Kardashian.

The company is also criticized in this connection: it is said to have ignored his inappropriate behavior towards Adidas employees while working with the US rapper.


Source: spiegel

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