Lil Uzi Vert Reveals New Chest And Back Tattoos

Lil Uzi Vert Has a New Tattoo

The “Neon Guts” rapper has revealed his latest tattoos covering his entire chest and back. In the front is a mythological creature with a snake wrapped around its head. On his back there is another intricate piece that replaces the previous wing tattoos.

Los Angeles-based tattoo artist Ganga, who worked for Lil Durk, 2 Chainz and Polo G, was responsible for Uzi’s amazing tattoo transformation that took hours to complete.

Fans shared their praise in the comments. “This tattoo artist did a GREAT job, this drug amnesty!” one person wrote on The Shade Room, while another added, “This is one of the best detailed flavors I’ve ever seen in a minute.”

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Uzi proudly showcased his new flavors as he performed shirtless at the Summer Smash Festival in Chicago on Friday and Pharrell’s Something in the Water Festival in Washington, D.C. on Saturday.

He’s been working his long-awaited Pink Tape, his first solo project since 2020’s Eternal Awake. “I’m going back to classic fashion,” she told fans recently. “This time I was thrown out too much 2 times. Nothing can break me.”

INTERVIEW: Lil Uzi Vert Defends Jack Harlow

TMZ interviewed Lil Uzi Vert on Sunday to get his thoughts on whether there is any truth to his belief that white privilege played a role in his friend Jack Harlow‘s success.

Uzi was first asked if Harlow deserved criticism, and he flatly rejected the idea, assuring the interviewer that the Louisville native was “very good.” When speech changed white privilege, according to the HNHH, “no, there is no white privilege … He signed on to black people.”

Harlow signed with DJ Drama and Generation Now, which was founded by Don Cannon. The HNHH noted that the two were not on good terms when the two initially posted a photo of Uzi Harlow on social media and put the clown emoji on his face. They have since resolved their differences.

David Banner recently claimed that white rappers enjoy white privilege and said, “White people around the world support everything.”

When asked if Harlow was among those in the group, he replied, “Of course. The whiteness of white people is a benefit for them anywhere in the world. If whites run the structure, whiteness will benefit.”

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