Jessie James Decker defends wanting to remove ‘trashy’ tattoos ‘ASAP’
Country pop singer Jessie James Decker shocked her fans recently when she declared that she plans to remove all of her tattoos. Posting on her Instagram Story, Decker shared a photo of a tattoo on the back of her neck while announcing that she wants it removed immediately. The singer, who is a fan of tattoos, went on to reveal that she considers all of her tats “trashy” and is now over them. In a later post, Decker clarified that she loves other people’s tattoos but feels that hers are not in line with her current aesthetic. She asked her followers for a recommendation on a Nashville tattoo removal service that could complete the treatment in three visits or less.
The former “Dancing With The Stars” contestant has been in the public eye since 2008 when she released her debut album, “Jessie James.” She is set to make a drastic change by removing all her tattoos, a decision that has surprised many of her fans.
Who is Jessie James Decker?
Jessie James Decker is a country pop singer, reality TV personality and fashion designer.
What is Jessie James Decker known for?
Jessie James Decker is known for her music career, reality TV shows and fashion lines.
What did Jessie James Decker announce on her Instagram Story?
Jessie James Decker announced that she wants to remove all of her tattoos because they are “trashy” and no longer fit with her current aesthetic.
What did Jessie James Decker ask her followers for on Instagram?
Jessie James Decker asked her followers for a recommendation on a Nashville tattoo removal service that could complete the treatment in three visits or less.
Jessie James Decker stands up for her desire to remove ‘trashy’ tattoos immediately.
Country pop singer Jessie James Decker announced on her Instagram story yesterday that she wants all of her tattoos removed, showing a tattoo on the back of her neck and calling them “trashy” in reference to the Aries sign tattooed on her. She asked for recommendations for a Nashville-based tattoo removalist that can do the job in three or fewer visits. After getting criticism over her initial post, she later shared a photo in bed sporting a bee design on her wrist with black writing on top, writing that she thinks her own tattoos are “trashy” and not those of others. In November, Decker also posted a photo of her children in swimsuits that showed off their toned abs, leading to criticism from social media followers that she had photoshopped them.