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Happy Friday gorls is that a new tattoo?
I think she would have made a video if she got it lasered. Laser tattoo removal hurts like a bitch and the area swells up loads too afterwards.I'm woundering if she got her one face tattoo lazerd off or just puts tons of foundation and concealer on it and pretends it doesn't exist?
I'm woundering if she got her one face tattoo lazerd off or just puts tons of foundation and concealer on it and pretends it doesn't exist?
Yes that one I'm not suprised she's not exactly happy with it LOL too bad it's on her face and not somewhere she's could easily cover.The red one? she puts a bunch of foundation and concealer on and during some GRWM that I have watched she mentioned having a bit of regret around it.
The article also included this generous rendition of Sagi.Vlogger Sagittarius Shawty for one, tells the camera, “Yesterday I realized I kind of don’t want to get this tattoo anymore. But I already paid for it, and, you know, I can’t get a refund.” She’s swaddled in a stained, baby pink Champion zip-up hoodie, her long purple hair pulled into two pigtails that sit directly on top of her head. “I don’t want to waste the money. So, YOLO.”
The nearly 14-minute video, which has close to 86,000 views, shows her putting in contacts and brushing what she calls her “pearly yellows,” before arriving at a tattoo parlor and asking, “Who’s ready to become a thug?” The tattoo she gets is a copy of the mumble rapper Lil Peep’s famous “Crybaby” scrawl, which covered the right half of his forehead and was mentioned in nearly every piece of writing about his meteoric rise on SoundCloud and entry into mainstream popular culture. He died in November 2017 of a Xanax and fentanyl overdose, but his posthumous album Come Over When You’re Sober, Pt 2. debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200.
Sagittarius is completely quiet while “Crybaby” is etched into her forehead, and then she’s completely quiet in the car, dabbing ink and blood off with a paper towel. The last minute of the video is dedicated to a reflection on the choices made in the previous 13 minutes, and she mutters, “I hope none of you are gonna go out and get a face tat,” then pauses. “It’ll look better when I wear makeup.” Pauses again. “I’m so stupid. Who the fuck does that? Sagi, Sagi, you poor little thing.” And finally, “I like it, I don’t care.” (She also has a broken heart on her cheek, maybe the most common choice among the SoundCloud crowd.)