Aaron Carter’s Face Tattoo Artist Had to Talk Him Out of Doing Something Crazy He’d Regret Later

I knew Aaron Carter got a giant, crazy face tattoo of Medusa, but I didn’t know that the Medusa was also supposed to be Rihanna. But that’s exactly what the artist who did the tattoo told TMZ.

We’re told they initially used Rihanna’s 2013 Medusa-inspired cover photo for GQ magazine as a guide for a stencil drawing, but then Aaron wanted the pic as his actual tattoo … so Carrasco reluctantly obliged.

I’m not entirely sure I see it.

Definitely don’t see it. But did the tattoo artist said he “reluctantly” gave Carter a giant tattoo that covers half his face?

The tattoo artist responsible for inking up almost the entire side of Aaron Carter’s face claims he tried to talk him out of it, but the singer insisted … and he actually wanted more.

If you’re ever in a situation where the guy about to tattoo someone’s face is the voice of reason, something has gone horribly wrong. A tattoo artist should never be the voice of reason in any situation.

There are tons of people with Nickleback tattoos in the world, that alone disproves the idea that tattoo artists are any kind of moral authorities. So when a tattoo artist tells you that a tattoo is a bad idea, it probably a bad idea.

He tells us he did the large tattoo but Aaron wasn’t satisfied — he also wanted “Love” inked under his eye … because he told Carrasco that’s his brand right now.

I have bad news for Aaron, but his brand is not “love.” His brand is “fucking crazy.” Hence the face tattoo.

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