Look up Justin Bieber’s New Tattoo & His Mother’s Reaction Ever To Her Son

Justin Bieber’s mother is measuring in her latest tattoo.

Over the weekend, the 27-year-old singer shared a picture of himself drawing a pitch tattoo on his neck – probably a reference to his latest album Justice’s hit single “Peaches”.

Titled Snaps with a Peach Emoji, Bieber yells at celebrity tattoo artist Dr. Wu to give ink.

Although many of her friends were significant in congratulating her on the latest addition to her extensive collection of tattoos, mother Patty Mallet openly suggested that perhaps her son had reached his limits.

“Don’t you have enough yet?” He commented on tired-looking emojis as well.
Shortly before taking the ink, Bieber mentioned that he was thinking of taking a tattoo in honor of his latest single, which gave guest voices to GIVEN and Daniel Caesar.


“I’m going to be like a little peach somewhere in my body,” he said this week in an interview with Sirius XM’s The Morning Mash Up.

“I promised myself that I didn’t want to get a tattoo on my hand and so I don’t think I’m going to get a tattoo on my hand,” he added, adding a part of his body that had already been blown off. “I don’t know if it’s possible to wear a suit and not get a tattoo on your hand.”

Meanwhile, the singer’s wife Hailey Baldwin is not the biggest fan of neck tattoos.

During a 2020 YouTube special, Bieber shared that he probably ended up getting a tattoo on his neck. “I think I’ve worked on my neck. It’s Hailey’s request,” he said.

“My back is still quite exposed, and I still don’t have a baby. So, I’m thinking of taking pictures of them on my back.”
Regarding his own history of tattoos, Baldwin recently revealed that he regrets getting one.

While swallowing the cover of Eli’s April issue, 24, the model explicitly stated that of all her “20-something” tattoos, a small handgun on the inside of the middle finger of her left hand was “Never” received today.

“I think when I was 18 I was like, ‘Yeah, it looks great.’ But now, as a twenty-four-year-old, I would never do that, ”he said. “My idea is guns are violent.”

Baldwin, a staunch supporter of gun control in recent years, got his first tattoo back in 2015. “TBH I don’t know why I have this tattoo … another story to tell Lol. What is it,” he wrote on Instagram along with a picture of Kali.