Cindy Crawford’s Son Continues To Add To His Face Tattoo Collection For Reasons That Mystify

Presley Gerber, son of Cindy Crawford, has a thing for tattoos. And that’s cool: So do I. But Presley apparently has a specific thing for face tattoos and, in fact, has added a second to his face tattoo collection.Last month, Presley had the word “misunderstood” tattooed onto his cheek. Now he’s added the Los Angeles Dodgers’ logo. He defended getting the tattoo on Instagram, writing, “Most and a lot of people can get a face lifts, change genders, lip injections, etc and it’s offensive to say anything in today’s day in age. But I get a little face tattoo and now people love to hate me.. Hmmmm?”

Presley has also wiped his Instagram account of all of his images except for three, one of which features his newest tattoo.

Reactions to his newest ink have been mixed, with a lot of fans asking Presley to stop tattooing his face. But ultimately, this is his face, so he can do with it what he wants.

Presley isn’t the only celebrity with face tattoos. There are actually quite a few of them out there!

One fan commented that getting a face tattoo without having to really consider the possible repercussions is a sign of privilege:

“If there is everything in your life that others want, you do what nobody wants. This is called spoiled and full of a good life. Go to Africa, live there for a year without money and water, go to Russia in the north, where you have to work a lot with your hands and your own strength to survive in the cold. Then maybe you will start to appreciate what you have.”

However, Presley is hardly the only celebrity with face tattoos. Anwar Hadid, brother of Gigi and Bella Hadid, has three dots tattooed underneath his right eye. However, his dad seems to totally support the tattoo. He wrote, “Brings out your beautiful smile and not to mention them HADID eyes,” in a comment on Anwar’s post.