Chris Brown just took his tattoo game up a notch with his latest piece of body art.
The "Liquor" singer inked a huge tat on the back of his head of what looks like the face of Venus De Milo, and it's so large that it takes up almost half the back of his head. Chris had to shave a huge chunk of hair off his head to do it, and showed off a few pics of the tat Tuesday morning after it was complete (and later deleted them).
Even though Chris deleted those photos, pics and videos of him getting it done are still floating around the Internet. In one video posted by The Shade Room, Chris can be seen getting the tattoo done and then dancing with a friend in the parlor afterwards. The comments soon rolled in. "The worst idea ever Chris. Why did he do that?," one person wrote. "I feel like this is a cry for help," someone else wrote, while another simply said "why."
We wish we had the answer. Venus de Milo is an ancient Greek statue that is believed to depict Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love and beauty, but it's not clear why Chris needed to ink that on his head to prove his love for the statue and/or what it stands for. It's sort of a surprise that he didn't ink his adorable daughter Royalty's face on his head, if it's not already somewhere on his body.
Nevertheless, it's no secret Chris loves body art. He has tats all over his body, including on his neck, back, chest arms and hands. Back in 2012, he stirred up controversy when he got a neck tattoo of what appeared to be a beaten woman that looked like his ex-girlfriend Rihanna.
His rep later told ABC News that it was not her and was a "sugar skull (associated with the Mexican celebration of the Day of the Dead) and a MAC cosmetics design he saw."
We can't even imagine what kind of tattoo he's going to get next.