GET “TFOH”: Drake and His Security Roll Up on L.A. Tattoo Artist

Last month, Drizzy made headlines when an LA woman hit up a tattoo shop to get his name inked across her forehead. To make matters worse, the tattoo artist who had the honor of tatting the chick up had some harsh words for Drake after all was said and done. He claimed in an interview, ‘I didn’t know who Drake was, I figured it was her hood or some sh*t, not some goofnugget R&B dude.’ and later called Drake, ‘the softest motherf*cker in hip hop’. Drake obviously didn’t appreciate those side swipes, and threatened in an interview,

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‘‘F*ck you’ to that tattoo artist by the way because you’re an asshole for real. You should lose your job and never do tattoos again and I don’t f*ck with you and if I ever see you I’m going to f*ck you up.”

Well, it seems as though Drake may have stuck by his word…sort of. According to the tattoo artist, Drake rolled up on the tattoo shop and sent his security inside to let the tattoo guy know that he wasn’t playing. He wrote on his facebook:

Drake sent his security detail into the shop to inform me that “nobody is going to hurt Drake in the state of California.”. I don’t remember ever saying I was going to hurt him, but maybe they were referring to his feelings.

Today, he elaborated more on what exactly went down via his twitter:

Guess you could call it sorted out. When Drake was in LA last, he parked out front of the shop and sent in this huge security dude. Calling Drake “soft” was like calling Justin Bieber a p**sy. I kinda feel bad for the dude now. Drake said he would beat my ass, not me. Now I’m just embarrassed for him. He made himself look like a weenie. I just think it’s funny that he made the threats and when I actually responded, he sent in the troops

When asked if security put their hands on him, the tattoo artist responded:

Naw they just told me that “this was my first warning”.

Shouts necolebitchie

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