Lil Wayne Now Has The Word “Baked” Tattooed To His Forehead

Lil Wayne decided to kick off the year 2013 with a brand new tattoo! On his forehead. Which, honestly, isn’t even all that surprising or shocking, considering the rapper’s face is basically covered with ink — including his eyelids, where he has the words “Fear” and God” tattooed on each of them.

Among lots of other things, Weezy also has teardrops, clouds, a lightning bolt, stars, a smiley face, the New Orleans Saints logo and a heart tattooed to his face. And now the rapper has the word “BAKED” tattooed to his forehead.

Tunechi’s latest tat is reportedly a tribute to skateboarding company “Baker Skateboards” … because he doesn’t want anyone to forget that skateboarding is his “thing” now. (And he was also probably “baked” when he came up with the idea of getting the tattoo.)

Lil Wayne has said in recent interviews that he is bored with rapping, and plans on retiring after he drops his next two albums in favor of a career as a pro skateboarder and sports analyst.

“I’ve been rapping since I was 8 years old. That’s a long time,” Wayne told MTV News. “I’d like to do so many more things, and when I like to do something, I end up loving to do it real quick. When I love to do something, I’m fully focused on it and it only. Music is sometimes not that ‘it.'”

[LWHQ]

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