I know it's hard to believe, but yet another rapper has disfigured his face with an ice cream tattoo.
Rapper Young Thug, pictured right, posted an image of his new skin art on his Instagram account over the weekend. Ex-con rapper Gucci Mane was apparently the inspiration behind Thug's new tatt.
Naturally, Black Twitter went into a frenzy. Two rappers with matching ice cream cone tattoos was the talk of the Internet.
Gucci must be so proud.
In related news, Young Thug's former road manager, Jimmy Carlton Winfrey, has been pegged as the gunman who shot up Li'l Wayne's tour bus in April.
Winfrey is better known around the industry as "Pee Wee" from rap magnate Clifford "T.I." Harris's Road to Redemption reality TV series on VH1.
Some of you may have seen Pee Wee in club photos holding up a hundred dollar bill that boxer Floyd Mayweather had lit on fire.
Pee Wee is currently awaiting a bond hearing following his arrest on gun possession charges last week. But friends say Pee Wee didn't do it.
An insider reached out to Sandrarose.com to defend his little homie -- even as Young Thug was distancing himself from the man who first brought him to the attention of Birdman at Cash Money Records.
"Pee Wee probably wasn't the best manager for Young Thug," the insider said, referring to Pee Wee's many run-ins with the law.
"Pee Wee was not the triggerman who shot up the bus, but Pee Wee is the one who's going to take the fall for it."
The insider didn't say who shot up Weezy's tour bus. But he did say it wasn't Thugger.
Young Thug, Birdman and Li'l Wayne have been beefing for weeks now. Thugger poured fuel on the fire by threatening to name his new mixtape The Carter 6, mocking Wayne whose own Tha Carter V album has been pushed back since 2012.
"Thug wasn't even in Atlanta that night," the insider said by from the VIP area of an Atlanta strip club. [Thug] loves Birdman. He wouldn't just distance himself about no shooting."
As you know, T.I. mentored Pee Wee who got his start at Grand Hustle as a pre-teen an up-and-coming rapper.
But Pee Wee could not stay away from the streets. Trouble followed him when he started running with the wrong crew. Pee Wee is no stranger to the prison system.
T.I. did his best to turn the youngster around, even creating the concept of Road to Redemption with Pee Wee in mind.
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