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Game Gets Compton Tattoo


We all know Game loves to get tattoos. So in honor of his beloved city, the rapper decided to get the word “Compton” tatted across his stomach. The new ink would look perfect across his abs now that he’s slimmed down.

The ‘Jesus Piece’ rapper enlisted celebrity tattoo artist Peter Koskela to etch Compton in Old English lettering, which covered his previous tat that said “Stretch.”

“The stomach gotta be the most f—ed up place to get tatted but I thugged it out,” he wrote to his fans on Instagram.

Koskela (aka PeterTattooist) is famous for his ink work on Chris Brown. He was the guy who inked a huge wolf tattoo on Breezy’s neck and zodiac tats for him and his ex-boo Karrueche Tran. Ironically, Game bumped into Tran who was at the salon getting a new tattoo on her hand, also done by by Koskela.

Game also got another tattoo but didn’t unveil it just yet. Judging by the photos, the Compton tat looks impressive and will definitely stand out once Game completes his 60-day fitness challenge.


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