Kanye West shows off his new tattoo with fellow Geminis Lil Uzi Vert and Steve Lacy. West recently praised Lacy’s new album Gemini Rights. The tattoo was also shared with the world by Kanye West’s tattoo artist Mez Afram. West has been mostly absent from social media in recent months but recently made an Instagram Story jab at Pete Davidson.
Getting a matching tattoo isn’t something you see every day. But rapper Kanye West and Lil Uzi Vert are showing off their new inks on social media. According to a photo posted by Steve Lacy, the two musicians have the same tattoo on their left biceps. The tattoos are said to stand for “We here forever, technically.” Steve captioned the post with a cryptic clause.
Lil Uzi Vert
Kanye West recently revealed that he has gotten a matching tattoo with fellow Gemini, Lil Uzi Vert. Inked on his left biceps, the two musicians share the same phrase: “We here forever, technically.” They captioned the photo with a cryptic clause. While the rapper and artist are not related, they do have a close relationship.
Rapper Kanye West has revealed that he has a matching tattoo alongside fellow Gemini Steve Lacy. The two have recently shared a photo of themselves with matching tattoos on their arms. West’s tattoo was reportedly inspired by a recent outburst from Pete Davidson and is a tribute to Steve’s new album Gemini Rights. West has been mostly absent from social media in recent months, though he recently took to Instagram to praise Steve Lacy’s album Gemini Rights.
They all have matching tattoos
Apparently, the rapper is getting inked again, but this time alongside fellow rap star Lil Uzi Vert. According to a photo shared by Steve Lacy, the two have the same phrase inked on their biceps. “We here forever technically,” reads the tattoo on Lacy’s arm, while West’s reads “We here for eternity”. The Los Angeles-based tattoo artist appears in the photo as well.
They’ve been friends for years
‘Welcome to the family,’ he tweeted, “Lil Uzi and I have been friends for years.” The rapper has had a troubled past, and last year he called Ye a “fake pastor” in a tweet. But the rapper later deleted the tweet and apologized to fans. ‘We’ll send you a head bag mask,” he wrote in a follow-up tweet. Uzi and West even have matching tattoos, and it’s hard not to feel the affection between them.
They collaborated on “Hot Shit”
Cardi B and Kanye West recently collaborated on a new song, “Hot Shit,” and the result is a catchy, fun-loving anthem. The song focuses on bad bitching tendencies, fame, and the struggles of fame. Cardi B and Kanye West to discuss their experiences collaborating, and the song is available for download below.
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Kanye West’s death threats came after they get matching tattoos
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have been criticizing each other for getting matching tattoos, but the latest development has a whole new level. Kim Kardashian let her daughter North use the video-sharing app TikTok, and Kanye West has taken notice, tweeting that she should never have done that. Meanwhile, he also criticized Kim Kardashian for allowing her daughter to use TikTok, despite her protestations. Despite the apparent rift between the two women, both artists have remained loyal to each other and have not yet publicly declared their love for each other.