What Do You Think Of Kesha's Suck It Lip Tattoo?

Late last week, David Letterman gave it to Justin Bieber after the pop star appeared on the Late Show boasting a new tattoo. The teenager got the word “Believe” scrolled on his arm as a tribute to his new album, and the host grabbed his arm and tried to rub it off. The exchange was a little awkward and heated, but eventually, both parties moved on to other subjects. Something tells me if Kesha was booked on Letterman tonight, there would only be one topic covered.

The singer has gotten her share of tattoos before, but when she hit up her Twitter last night to give fans a first look at her newest piece of artwork, I’m not sure anyone could have guessed what they’d see. Take a look at an image of the tattoo below…

I have no idea whether this decision was of the impulse variety or a long-planned career move, but it’s certainly gotten people talking. In fact, I don’t think I’ve heard one person speak from a neutral point of view about the ink. Some think it’s the tackiest, most idiotic cry for attention they’ve ever seen, and some think it’s a fun, genuine expression of Kesha’s shoot-from-the-hip personality. A little bit of craziness is expected from musicians, but this lip tattoo takes that idea to the extreme.

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