Ben Affleck got a massive back tattoo and despite previous rumors the monstrosity was fake, it is not.
The Justice League star went shirtless the other day showing off his back full of ink. It was only two years ago after photos leaked of a phoenix or dragon taking over his entire back surfaced, the actor insisted it was fake and for an upcoming role. Well, new pictures now prove not only is the tattoo real but it is not so great either, according to AV Club.
While hanging out with pals on the beach, Affleck went shirtless exposing his terrible tattoo. It is not terrible because it is huge and takes up his entire back but rather because it is so unclear what the heck the drawing is. The tat appears to be some sort of giant rainbow-colored phoenix-like thing, but seriously we could be completely wrong with that analysis.
Social media has been buzzing about the extra large back tattoo on the Oscar winner. Let’s just say people are not a fan and it is easy to see why. It is seriously not that the ink covers most of his back; the design just doesn’t make any sense. There are people who have their entire bodies covered in tattoos and they look awesome. That is so not the case of Affleck’s back tattoo.
Twitter users were not holding back about their true feelings regarding the actor’s permanent artwork.
“I wish I could unsee Ben Affleck’s back tattoo. It looks like a rejected album cover for Coldplay,” Tweeted @elyse_faulk
“Next time you’re feeling sad, remember that you’re not Ben Affleck so you (probably) don’t have a tattoo so big and so ugly and so universally ridiculed that you had to lie and say it was only temporary and just for a movie when it is so clearly not,” shared @RafiDAngelo
Perhaps the reason the actor denied he had a massive back that is because he actually realized it was freaking ugly. Maybe he is embarrassed by so he denied it for so long. Who knows but it is his body and he can do whatever he wants to it.
What do you think about Ben Affleck’s massive back tattoo, is it a hit or a miss?
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