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Cardi B is getting close to tattooing her infant son's name on her face. If she gets the tattoo, it will be the first public reveal of her baby's name.

Cardi B, who is facing vlogger Tasha Kebe in an Atlanta courtroom this week, told fans she's getting "close" to tattooing her son's name on her face.

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Cardi tweeted: "Random but ... I'm 1% close too tatting my sons name on my face... I really really wanna do it! [sic]"

She added that she will tattoo his name on her jaw.

The rapper's followers begged not to disfigure her face any more than it already is.

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Cardi is taking a page from West Coast socialite Amber Rose who tattooed both of her sons' names on her face.

Amber, 38, has a son named Sebastian with rapper Wiz Khalifa and a son named Slash with x-boyfriend Alexander Edwards.

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Cardi, 29, married rapper Kiari Cephus, aka Offset, in 2017. Their daughter, Kulture Kiari Cephus, was born on July 10, 2018. They welcomed their second child, a boy, on September 4, 2021.

They have yet to reveal his name.

In a video on social media, Cardi B says the 4-month-old is already talking.

"I'm not exaggerating, this baby is talking," Cardi said.

"I put this on everything I love. Yesterday, I was like 'You love Mommy? Yeah?' Then I asked him again. 'You love Mommy?' And he replied back 'Yeah!'

"I don't know if that's like the pandemic thing. I don't know if this is normal. This sh*t is crazy. I need a camera in his room 24/7."

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Nick Cannon honored his son Zen in a permanent way by getting an angel tattoo on his ribcage.

The talk show host revealed a framed photo of the tattoo of little Zen wearing halo and wings.

He also shared a video of himself arriving at a tattoo studio this week.
 

 
"It was a lot of pain, but it was so well worth it," he said. "I enjoyed every moment of the experience to forever have my son right here on my rib, right here on my side as my angel."

5-month-old Zen died of a brain tumor on Sunday, December 5. Zen was Nick's youngest and seventh child.

He also has twins with singer Mariah Carey, two children with model Brittany Bell, and twin sons with DJ Abby De La Rosa.

Nick, 41, tearfully announced the death of his son on his talk show on Monday. He defended his decision to return to work the next day as a distraction.

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He said Zen was diagnosed with hydrocephalus, fluid buildup on the brain that can be caused by a tumor blocking the flow of cerebrospinal fluid in the brain.

Zen’s mom Alyssa Scott, 28, shared a touching tribute on Instagram, posting a video montage of her only son. She also has a daughter from a prior relationship.
 

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New England draft pick Justin Rohrwasser denies he is a white supremacist or that a tattoo on his left arm is a white supremacist logo.

Rohrwasser said he got the tattoo inked when he was 14. The tattoo is of the Roman numeral 3 surrounded by a ring of stars. It is the logo of a right-wing organization called "Three Percenters."

He also has the phrase "Don't tread on me" tatted on his left forearm. The phrase is associated with conservative groups such as the Tea Party.

Looking back, he says he wished he had done more research into the tattoo. He agreed to cover it up when he's on the field.

"It's not something I ever want to represent, so it will be covered."

That wasn't good enough for sports journalist and Twitter activist Jemele Hill who called the NFL kicker out on Twitter.com.

Hill took to Twitter to complain about the tattoo, saying: "Patriots kicker is a white supremacist. My bad, he tends to like white supremacist things. Carry on, nothing to see here."

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Singer Summer Walker showed off her new tattoo to celebrate Valentine's Day and to pay tribute to her favorite blog. Walker displayed her new rose tattoo by Black Ink Crew star Ceasar Emanuel.

The intricate tattoo takes up the right side of Summer's neck. Friends say the 23-year-old Atlanta native checks the blog at least once a day for the comments.

She is best known for her hit single "Girls Need Love" off her 2018 mixtape Last Day of Summer.

Summer made headlines in November after she lashed out at social media trolls who questioned the legitimacy of her social anxiety struggles. The up-and-coming R&B star insisted her mental health problem is not "an act".

Summer blamed her social anxiety disorder for her decision to scrap a series of concert dates on The First and Last Tour.

She has since opened up about her social anxiety in the hopes of helping others who suffer from the debilitating mental disorder.
 

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Tekashi69 must pay to remove his face tattoos to enter the government's witness protection program, because the government won't pay to remove his distinctive face tattoos.

The 23-year-old rapper turned government witness to shave decades off his prison sentence if he is convicted of racketeering, attempted murder, and firearm charges.

Tekashi, real name Daniel Hernandez, faces up to 32 years in prison.

According to the NY Times, the witness protection program is one of Tekashi's options if he is released early from prison.

The government has successfully relocated reformed criminals and mobsters who turned government witness. One mobster is now a doll salesman in a suburban town.

But the rapper's distinctive rainbow colored hair and tattoos would make it difficult for him to blend into suburbia.

"Despite how connected we are, and the appetite for social media content in this country, there are places where, if this kid gets a haircut and wears normal clothes, no one would know or care who he is," said Jay Kramer, a former F.B.I. official.

The U.S. Marshals Service, which runs the witness protection program, won't pay for the removal of Mr. Hernandez's signature face tattoos if he is accepted into the program.

Once in the program, Tekashi can't have contact with his family, friends or associates.