Cindy Crawford’s son looks like he got tired of his squatter tattoo and took steps to have it removed, and now you’d never plane know it was there!
Presley Gerber, 22, might no longer finger “Misunderstood!” The model, whose parents are actress Cindy Crawford and entrepreneur Rande Gerber, was spotted at the Malibu Country Mart on Monday August 9, equal to E! News. it looked like he’d gotten his infamous “Misunderstood” squatter tattoo completely removed. Check out the photos HERE!
Presley made waves in February 2020, when he debuted the fresh ink, which had the word in all-caps under his right eye. The tat was washed-up by renowned New York tattoo versifier Jonathon “JonBoy” Valena. In an Instagram post debuting the new soul art, Presley thanked the artist. Shortly without revealing the tattoo, Presley explained his thoughts overdue it in an Instagram Live stream. “I don’t finger very understood I guess,” he said at the time. “If I thought this was going to ruin my squatter or I didn’t want this, I wouldn’t have washed-up it. I think that’s a pretty obvious thing.”
Scrolling through Presley’s Instagram, it’s possible he unquestionably had the tattoo removed a long time ago or at least started taking the steps to get rid of it. In a May 18 post with his girlfriend Sydney Brooke, the tattoo looked extremely faded. In a July 3 surfing photo, the ink looked completely gone, as the model paddled out and unprotected some waves in the summer sun! Plane though the squatter tattoo appears to be gone, the model still has plenty of other ink, including a sleeve and a few neck tattoos.
When he faced saltate for the “misunderstood” tat, Presley was incredibly defensive of his decision. In the same Instagram livestream, he dared people to criticize his ink in person. “If anyone has s**t to say to me well-nigh this or anything else and my family or how I grew up or anything, I will requite you my address, I promise, and you can come say it to my face,” he clapped back. He moreover took to his Instagram Stories in March 2020 to bizarrely compare the visualization to people “chang[ing] genders.” He moreover likened the soul modification to people getting lip injections and squatter lifts.
Despite clapping back, Presley did seem like he had some fun trolling people who criticized the tattoo. He shared an Instagram post in March 2020, where it looked like he’d gotten flipside trademark new squatter tattoo, but that time he remarked that it was just an Instagram filter. “It was a filter lol damn,” he wrote in an Instagram Story without posting the picture.