Peter Koskela is coming out swinging about accusations that he tattooed an image of a beaten woman's face resembling Rihanna on infamous Rihanna beater Chris Brown's neck. The tattoo artist has expressed that he would never tattoo anything racist, gang-related or otherwise "hurtful." Apparently, the tattoo in question is of a sugar skull, a traditional Mexican Day of the Dead symbol, and nothing more. To anyone who purchased torches and pitchforks for the march on Peter Koskela and Chris Brown, your local hardware store will accept returns for store credit. Lawn flamingoes are a fun choice for those seeking suggestions.
Speaking of Rihanna, the songstress is back with another tat! This time, she's paying tribute to her grandmother with an image of the winged Egyptian goddess Isis placed across her chest just below her breasts, which is apparently the hottest spot for female tattoos recently, according to some artists. Check it out:
Wendy Williams has weighed in on the Chad Johnson/Evelyn Lozada divorce, calling the tattered remains of their marriage "stupid and phony from the gate." Also "stupid" according to Williams is the tattoo of Lozada's face that Chad got on his leg, an apparent attempt at his own version of the Say Anything boombox scene; the very face he head-butted, which led to their split.
And finally, what will Heidi do?! Heidi Klum, that is, who made the bold choice so many of us make during the rush of love and romance: she had a tattoo of her husband Seal's name placed on her inner arm. Now that they are getting divorced, photographers everywhere will be sure to keep an eye on the inked area as we all wait with baited breath to see whether she will Seal the deal and get it removed, horrible puns not withstanding.