Justin Bieber's Mom Reacts to His New Peach Neck Tattoo: 'Don't You Have Enough Yet?'
While promoting his latest album, Justin Bieber previously mentioned that he was thinking of getting a tattoo in honor of his latest single, "Peaches"
Justin Bieber's mom is weighing in on his latest tattoo.
Over the weekend, the 27-year-old singer shared a pair of photos of himself getting a peach tattoo on his neck — likely a reference to his hit single "Peaches" off his latest album, Justice.
Captioning the snaps with a peach emoji, Bieber gave celebrity tattoo artist Doctor Woo a shout-out for the inking.
Although many of his pals were quick to congratulate him on the latest addition to his extensive collection of tattoos, mom Pattie Mallette playfully suggested that perhaps her son had reached his limit.
"Don't you have enough yet?" she commented alongside a weary face emoji.
Shortly before getting inked, Bieber mentioned that he was thinking of getting a tattoo in honor of his latest single, featuring guest vocals from GIVEŌN and Daniel Caesar.
"I promised myself I didn't want to get tattoos on my hands and so I don't think I'm going to get tattoos on my hands," he added of the one part of his body he had already ruled out. "Something about just being able to wear a suit and not having tattoos on my hands, I don't know."
During a 2020 YouTube special, Bieber shared that he was likely finished getting tattoos on his neck. "I think I'm done on my neck. That's a Hailey request," he said.
"My back is still pretty open, and I don't have kids yet. So, I'm thinking of getting their portraits on my back," he added.
As for her own history with tattoos, Baldwin recently revealed that there is one she regrets getting.
While gracing the cover of Elle's April issue, the model, 24, candidly said that out of all her "20-something" tattoos, a small handgun that is on the inside of her middle finger on her left hand is one she "would never" get today.
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"I think at 18, I was like, 'Yeah! That looks cool.' But now, as a 24-year-old, I would never do that," she said. "I think guns are violent."