A photo of a young boy filled with tattoos on his body stirs up mixed reactions.
A Man has sparked debate among netizens after posting his baby who is filled with tattoos on his body, wishing him a happy birthday. The baby who is identified as Bilal was turning a year old and son the father decided to tattoo his body to celebrate his birthday.
The shirtless boy was wearing white trousers and black shoes. He also rocked dreadlocks on his head. The father captioned this post calling his baby a gangster baby, " happy first birthday son, you are so special. I love you, gangster baby.
This post stirred up reactions from people who came across it. Some criticised the man for tattooing his baby, while others found it amusing. This is what they said, Veronica Said; for those saying it's wrong, is it your child? Lucy said; please let the boy choose his own life when he grows.
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