Boyfriend’s name tattoo on the forehead: It’s amazing what adults will do for a little attention on social media — recently, an influencer claimed to have tattooed her boyfriend’s name on her forehead. Now, it turns out that the whole thing was fake.
Anna Stankowski posted a video last week in which it appeared a tattoo artist had tattooed her face with the name Kevin.
Even then, commenters didn’t believe it was real, but Stankowski said, “Yeah, it’s real. I can’t even believe I did it.”
“I know it’s a little crazy. But I like to express my feelings and I think if you really love someone you should be able to show it.”
He said anyone on social media telling him it’s not real makes him “sick and tired”.
I don’t know why people think it’s a big deal to have a tattoo that big on your forehead…you can still get a job.
“If we break up, I’ll just have to find myself a different Kevin.”
But a week later, to the shock of a few people, he revealed that the tattoo was not real.
Stankowski, who has a number of tattoos all over her body, posted a video on social media in which she erased the word from her forehead.
“All I’m going to say is I regret my tattoo… but not this one,” she said.
“Because it’s not actually a real tattoo.
The reason I fooled the entire internet is because I have a message for young people and everyone who wants to get covered in tattoos.
I want everyone to know that I regret my tattoos, and you may regret them when you’re older.
As someone who is completely covered in tattoos, I feel it’s my responsibility to speak up, to share my experience, and when people see me on social media the first thing they notice about me is my tattoos.
“So if I’m going to influence people, I want to influence people in the right way.”
However, for one commenter, it seems it was too little too late.
“Too late, now I have a tattoo on my forehead,” the person commented under her video.
Let’s hope this person is joking too, shall we?