Kanye West fans turning against him? Rapper-inspired tattoos to be removed for FREE by this studio

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - NOVEMBER 07: Kanye West speaks on stage at the "Kanye West and Steven Smith in Conversation with Mark Wilson" at the on November 07, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Brad Barket/Getty Images for Fast Company)

Kanye West has faced many problems in the last month due to his anti-Semitic remarks and negative comments on social media and in interviews. Since then, some fans have regretted getting a tattoo inspired by the rapper.

Even though tattoos are permanent, a London-based studio offers a special deal for fans with Kanye West-inspired ink.

Tattoo removal studio NAAMA shared a post on their official Instagram account, offering fans free removal of Kanye tattoos.

They wrote in the caption:

“Yeezy come, yeezy go. Got a #kanyewest tattoo? Tag us.”

A few weeks ago, a fan named Alex Jones tweeted that he regretted getting an alternative cover art design tattoo of the rapper’s “My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy” album in 2016.

He was one of those who accepted NAAMA’s offer, telling Metro UK that it was depressing to see someone he adores start making negative comments about others.

Briony Garbett of the studio told the outlet that fans came to their studio and told them that getting a body ink dedicated to the “Donda” rapper was triggering and shameful for them.

Garbett said:

“People with Kanye tattoos were coming to us and you could hear how triggering it was for them, how embarrassing and shameful they felt, given he’s been making the headlines for the wrong reasons.”

The offer follows West’s string of scandals in recent months, beginning with his “White Lives Matter” shirt at Paris Fashion Week during the Yeezy season 9 show.

He later posted screenshots of anti-Semitic messages on Instagram.

Since then, many brands, including Gap, The Creative Artists Agency, Balenciaga, TJ Maxx, Foot Locker, and the largest, Adidas, have ended their collaboration with hip-hop artists.

After the shoe company formally severed ties with West, Forbes estimated that the rapper is no longer a billionaire.

In an attempt to recoup his billions of dollars, the “Dark Fantasy” hitmaker set up a GoFundMe page, but according to Rolling Stone, the fundraising page was apparently taken down after only earning $5.