Last week, Justin Bieber posted a photo of himself on Instagram alongside “self-described celebrity weed dealer” Milk Tyson, but the Biebs getting chummy with a dealer at his California mansion wasn’t the most shocking part of the picture. In the photo, you can see Justin Bieber pointing at a cartoonish tattoo of the pop star’s portrait, which Tyson has inked on the upper part of his right arm. Pretty much everyone was in an uproar about the implications behind the picture, which caused the singer to “almost instantly” remove it from Instagram, but we are more wondering what drove this guy to get Justin Bieber’s face inked on his arm??
Milk Tyson, who refers to himself as the “Celeb Medication Man” on his Twitter profile (how clever!) has a collection of celebrity portraits inked on his right shoulder, which include Quincy Jones Jr., Alfredo Flores, Milk Tyson himself, and now 19-year-old JB too. The Justin Bieber tattoo is designed so that the baby-faced singer looks like a character from Beavis and Butt-Head, which is fitting considering his publicist probably called him much worse than a butthead for posing for pictures with a known drug dealer.
Drug dealer or not, it’s obvious that Milk Tyson is a fan of Justin Bieber, and not just because the pop star is now permanently inked on his arm. The Biebs has been featured in images on Tyson’s Twitter profile, including a photo of the duo smiling together at a red carpet event, and Tyson recently posted a comment on Twitter praising the singer and his “Belieber” fanbase. “These @justinbieber fans are the best fans in the world,” Milk tweeted. “Salute y’all for holding bro bro down! Young king JB! #FAM.” Obviously, Tyson himself could be considered a Belieber now too, tribute tattoo and all.
Justin Bieber has been embroiled in a number of weed scandals this year already, including two instances on two different continents in which his tour bus was raided by police, and Miley Cyrus even posted a pic of herself wearing a shirt featuring Bieber’s face and the words “Reefer Fever.” This may just be all fun and games, but having your portrait inked on the body of an alleged dealer is kind of taking things to the next level, don’t you think? Now the million-dollar question is, what exactly do you have to do to get a self-professed celebrity weed dealer to tattoo your portrait on his body? The world may never know…