Remove your Ye for free.
A tattoo removal studio in London announced it’s offering to remove clients’ Kanye West-related tattoos — free of charge.
“Yeezy come, yeezy go,” NAAMA Studios tweeted. “Got a #kanyewest tattoo? Tag us.”
The studio shared the tweet with a photo of a man’s arm with a tattoo that says “Bye” — with the “ye” a darker shade as a nod to Kanye’s new official name, Ye. The photo reads, “We’ll remove your Kanye tattoos for free.”
Full tattoo removal can be done in as little as 2 to 3 weeks, or 10 to 15 sessions, since the studio uses a low-energy laser, according to the website.
Those who want their tattoos of the rapper removed amid his recent controversy can contact the tattoo removal studio through email or by tagging them in their Instagram or Twitter posts.
Normally, a tattoo removal would cost around $80 for a consultation and about $200 for one session, depending on the size of the tattoo.
“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,” Briony Garbett of NAAMA Studios explained to Metro UK about why they felt they should help clients out.
“We wanted to alleviate that feeling and offer a place for people to come,” she continued.
“They couldn’t have predicted what he was going to be saying or the things he would be standing for now. I don’t think there’s any shame in people having got the tattoos in the first place.”
Kanye has made headlines recently for being the center of a wide range of controversies, including anti-Semitic remarks and “White Lives Matter” attire during Paris fashion week. His tirades have led to multiple of his partnerships, such as Adidas and Gap, dropping him.