Cardi B has no regrets over her new face tattoo

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By Asiya Ali

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Cardi B has declared on social media that she has no regrets about her first face tattoo dedicated to her son.

The 30-year-old Grammy-winning rapper took to Twitter on Thursday (March 2) to share a photo showing off the ink on her face that reads "Wave" -  which is her son's name.

According to Daily Mail, the rapper - whose real name is Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar Cephus - got the red ink that's written in cursive and runs along her jawline, last year.

To profess her love for the tattoo dedicated to the one-year-old boy she shares with her husband Offset, she captioned the post: "I love my face tatt," adding a red heart emoji.

Check out Cardi B's post below: 

This isn't the first time fans would have seen Cardi's tattoo. The snapshot of the tattoo comes from the 'WAP' rapper and her 31-year-old husband's McDonald's promotional campaign - which she first posted to Instagram on February 14.

In the picture, Cardi looked stunning in a white halter-neck gown with crystal details, and her black hair was pulled into an updo - revealing the cursive ink.

Some fans on the social media platform had a divided reaction to the new body art, with some warning that a face tattoo is never a good idea.

One user said: "[That's] a big big big NO."

Another chimed in: "Cardi say sike rn I’m begging you."

However, others defended her choice, with one person writing: "this the only face [tattoo] in the history of face [tattoos] that I [have] seen that look good."

And a second person added: "I noticed this a while ago and I think it is absolutely beautiful. I have a friend with a face tat of her mother's name that flows in line with her cheekbones. What a Time to be alive."

Nevertheless, the mother of two seems content with her ink no matter what anyone says. Her tattoo post comes after she shared a recent tweet about how doing community service has positively impacted her life.

"Community service has been the best thing that has happened to me. Almost like a spiritual journey because sometimes I leave these centers in tears," she tweeted.

"Those people that we leave behind, they just need somebody to talk, and a lil push and YOU might be able to change their life forever," she added.

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Cardi B leaving the Queens County Criminal Court in Queens, New York on September 15, 2022. Credit: REUTERS / Alamy

The 'I Like It' musician is doing community service because back in September 2022, she took a plea deal in her 2018 strip club brawl case. She pleaded guilty to third-degree assault and second-degree reckless endangerment, both misdemeanors.

Initially, Cardi had been indicted on 12 charges, including two felonies, but as part of the plea deal, the remaining 10 charges have been dismissed and she was sentenced to 15 days of community service.

Featured image credit: REUTERS / Alamy

Cardi B has no regrets over her new face tattoo

vt-author-image

By Asiya Ali

Article saved!Article saved!

Cardi B has declared on social media that she has no regrets about her first face tattoo dedicated to her son.

The 30-year-old Grammy-winning rapper took to Twitter on Thursday (March 2) to share a photo showing off the ink on her face that reads "Wave" -  which is her son's name.

According to Daily Mail, the rapper - whose real name is Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar Cephus - got the red ink that's written in cursive and runs along her jawline, last year.

To profess her love for the tattoo dedicated to the one-year-old boy she shares with her husband Offset, she captioned the post: "I love my face tatt," adding a red heart emoji.

Check out Cardi B's post below: 

This isn't the first time fans would have seen Cardi's tattoo. The snapshot of the tattoo comes from the 'WAP' rapper and her 31-year-old husband's McDonald's promotional campaign - which she first posted to Instagram on February 14.

In the picture, Cardi looked stunning in a white halter-neck gown with crystal details, and her black hair was pulled into an updo - revealing the cursive ink.

Some fans on the social media platform had a divided reaction to the new body art, with some warning that a face tattoo is never a good idea.

One user said: "[That's] a big big big NO."

Another chimed in: "Cardi say sike rn I’m begging you."

However, others defended her choice, with one person writing: "this the only face [tattoo] in the history of face [tattoos] that I [have] seen that look good."

And a second person added: "I noticed this a while ago and I think it is absolutely beautiful. I have a friend with a face tat of her mother's name that flows in line with her cheekbones. What a Time to be alive."

Nevertheless, the mother of two seems content with her ink no matter what anyone says. Her tattoo post comes after she shared a recent tweet about how doing community service has positively impacted her life.

"Community service has been the best thing that has happened to me. Almost like a spiritual journey because sometimes I leave these centers in tears," she tweeted.

"Those people that we leave behind, they just need somebody to talk, and a lil push and YOU might be able to change their life forever," she added.

wp-image-1263198292 size-full
Cardi B leaving the Queens County Criminal Court in Queens, New York on September 15, 2022. Credit: REUTERS / Alamy

The 'I Like It' musician is doing community service because back in September 2022, she took a plea deal in her 2018 strip club brawl case. She pleaded guilty to third-degree assault and second-degree reckless endangerment, both misdemeanors.

Initially, Cardi had been indicted on 12 charges, including two felonies, but as part of the plea deal, the remaining 10 charges have been dismissed and she was sentenced to 15 days of community service.

Featured image credit: REUTERS / Alamy