TikToker tattoo artist takes revenge on client with 'hidden d**k on his arm' after sexist comment

After a client made a sexist remark, a tattoo artist went viral on TikTok for adding some undesired and probably humiliating ink on them


                            TikToker tattoo artist takes revenge on client with 'hidden d**k on his arm' after sexist comment
Chelsie Taylor, also known as nonsense_ink on TikTok shares how she took revenge on a client who made a sexist comment. (Photo by nonsense_ink/TikTok)

After a customer made a sexist remark, a tattoo artist went viral on TikTok for adding some undesired and embarrassing ink on them. No one wants to be exposed to sexism, especially at work. Just like Chelsie Taylor, a TikToker and tattoo artist, who decided to take matters into her own hands. According to the artist, a client once told her, “You tattoo well for a girl” – something that didn’t sit well with her at all. Rather than simply evicting the customer, she decided to use her abilities to get revenge with a tattoo, which she applied without their knowledge.

According to The Sun, Taylor proudly displayed her tattoo parlor while whirling around and announcing the fate of her client in a brief 5-second now-deleted viral TikTok video that has been seen over million times. The artist claimed, “Now he has a hidden d**k on his arm.” Despite the fact that she didn't give any photographs of her work, several commenters took issue with her vandalizing a man's body, even suggesting she may be sued.

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“It’s very brave of him to insult the person who you consented to permanently draw something on you,” one replied in the comment section of the video while addressing the poor client. Yet another person added, “Don’t f**k with the person who holds the scissors or the tattoo needle!” Others, on the other hand, were more concerned about whether the woman might face retaliation. One user wrote in the comment section, “Are you trying to get sued?” to which Taylor replied with a laughing emoji, “Absolutely.” Another person added, “As someone who’s studying to be a tattoo artist, you guys will be surprised just how many people do this, like every artist I’ve talked to,” to which the artist revealed,  “If I had a dime for every time someone did this…. Lol.”

Of course, it's conceivable that this story may be totally false, but it should serve as a warning to anybody considering getting tattooed: Don't irritate the person who will be using a needle on you. Meanwhile, inked retaliation is on the rise. According to The Sun, another TikToker was left horrified after receiving a weird tattoo instead of the cute gnome she had requested in a similar event. Hannah, a TikTok user, posted a photo of a poor inking that had nothing to do with the gnome she had picked. She presented a sample of the gnome she requested in the first image, while the second image showed her real tattoo, which is fairly basic and resembles a child's artwork. In addition, the inking she received looked to be limited to the gnome's face rather than the entire body.

Disclaimer : This is based on sources and we have been unable to verify this information independently.