This London tattoo remover is offering to zap away your Kanye tattoo for free
· Dec 5, 2022 ·

Since Kanye West has come out as pro-Hitler and pro-Nazi (and generally just disgustingly antisemitic and insane) many people have really, really come to regret certain permanent body modifications.

I guess I shouldn't be shocked, but many people have gotten the famous rapper tattooed on their bodies.

Fortunately, one tattoo removal studio in London has decided to run a fantastic special. They'll zap your Kanye tattoo away for free.

NAAMA, a London-based tattoo removal studio, announced it would be offering the free removal in an Instagram post on November 15...

The Kanye West tattoo removal initiative has received "global interest and a great response," said Briony Garbett, NAAMA's CEO, in an email to CNN.

"It seems there are a few former fans with tattoo regret," he added.

Seriously, I don't see many Kanye fans willing to follow their rap idol down this road toward Neo-Nazism.

So far, three clients have already begun laser removal on their Kanye West tattoos, and 10 more have booked consultation appointments. The process involves using intense pulses of light to break up the tattoo ink, which is eventually cleared away by the immune system, according to NAAMA's website.

"When you have a tattoo inspired by someone you admire and they start making headlines for all the wrong reasons, it's not exactly something you want to wear on your sleeve that you are or were a fan," said Garbett. "With that in mind, we wanted to come to the aid of those who are embarrassed about their Kanye West inspired tattoos and are offering complimentary treatment for all UK fans that want them removed."

if you know anything about laser tattoo removal, it isn't a cheap procedure. But for purposes of good marketing, this tattoo removal studio will happily perform a few free procedures for loads of free headlines.

The treatment would typically cost around £2,000, or $2,456, depending on the size of the tattoo and the number of treatments needed.

That's about $2,500-$3,000 in American money.

Maybe in the future, people will learn not to get another human being's face tattooed on their body.

But I doubt it.

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