In the Nigerian entertainment industry it seems as though tattoos are all the rave now.
Celebrities from actors to musicians and even fashion designers are known to have some elaborate tattoos.
While the likes of Mr P, Davido, Wizkid, Flavour and several others have tattoos all over their bodies, others for reasons best known to them do not have room for this painful tattoos.
In view of the above, check out 5 Nigerian artistes who do not have body tattoos;
1- Rude Boy
Formerly a member of the now musically defunct group P-Square, unlike his brother Mr P, Rude Boy has no tattoos
Falz is one of the best rappers in Africa who studied Law in the University of Reading, England.
He has no body tattoo.
3- Banky W
Olubankole Wellington popularly known by his stage name as Banky W and credited in film as Banky Wellington, is a Nigerian singer, rapper, actor, entrepreneur and politician.
He is one of the most modest artiste in Nigeria with no tattoo
Former CEO of Chocolate City, Jude Abaga better known as M.I or Mr Incredible is another Nigerian artiste without tattoo.
After about 15 years in the music scene and still being relevant he does not have a tattoo. Only few musicians that have been in the scene that long do not have a tattoo
Despite still being young in the music industry, Rema is without a tattoo. We don't know if he will one day draw, but as of now, he doesn't have any.
In this age, it is common for celebrities to have tattoos inscribed on their bodies, ranging from footballers, to actors and actresses, people with such large incomes have been found to tattoo their bodies more.
But however, the above five artistes have refused to follow the crowd
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