'Yeezy Come, Yeezy Go': London studio offers free removal of your Kanye West tattoo
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Yeezy Come, Yeezy Go is the campaign that the London tattoo parlor NAAMA has just launched on Instagram and which is currently all the rage, as Kanye West declares his love for the Nazis and posts swastikas on social media.
“We will remove your tattoos from Kanye for free,” NAAMA Studios announced on Instagram six days ago as Ye, the rapper and music mogul formerly known as Kanye West, was sentenced over a series of anti-Semitic statements made publicly in recent months.
Kanye West on Alex Jones: "I see good things about Hitler …. Every human being has something of value that they brought to the table, especially Hitler." pic.twitter.com/Z1Q8m6bV95
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The info was picked up by the Washington Post.
In their post, the account explains that “When you have a tattoo inspired by someone you admire and it ends up making headlines for the wrong reasons…at NAAMA, we offer a high-tech and caring tattoo cleaning experience. If you want change, we're here to help.”
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In a statementthe American daily, NAAMA Studios said that “we understand that tattoos can be triggers for some people and that not everyone can afford to remove their tattoos”.
The Salon tattoo also noted that one of the people who accepted the offer said she was harassed for her tattoo inspired by Ye.
The store finally said that several people have contacted it in recent weeks to have their tattoos of Ye lasered off. This kind of procedure can normally cost up to 2,000 pounds (about CA$2,400).
In recent weeks, Kanye West has come to prominence for a host of anti-Semitic and pro-fascist polemics; for inviting neo-Nazi activist Nick Fuentes to his dinner at Donald Trump's; for having surrounded himself with the far-right propedophilia troll Milo Yannopoulos as part of his 2024 presidential candidacy; and for culminating it all in publicizing his admiration for Hitler, the Nazis and the swastikas Thursday on notorious conspiratorialist Alex Jones' show.