Justin Bieber has once again gotten himself inked. Of course, fans of Bieber are saying one thing and another that the tattoo commemorates his big split from girlfriend of two years, Selena Gomez. However, Justin's newest tattoo isn't for Gomez but for someone else who has been closer to Bieber. What is the tattoo and what does it mean?
This would be Bieber's second visit to the tattoo parlor given his first visit this year was when he had the Indian tattoo done on his back to commemorate that of his grandfather.
"My grandfather always took me to the stratford culliton every friday night," wrote Bieber on Twitter along with a photo of the ink which was done by Chente Rios of the Under The Gun Tattoo Company located in Los Angeles.
"This is for you Grampa (sic)," added Bieber.
Once again, Monday evening, Bieber had made a quick trip to the tattoo parlor. Posing shirtless and wearing sunglasses, Bieber had Roman numerals inked onto the right side of his upper chest. The numbers are said to be dedicated to Bieber's number one woman - his mom, Pattie Mallette.
Like Gomez who had the birthdates of her mother inked in Roman numerals on the back of her neck, Justin might have copied the idea as well. Bieber appears to be focusing on the vital parts of his life which are family and career.
Lately, Justin has been gearing up for the release of his upcoming "Believe: Acoustic" album. The said album is said to be out by January 29. Also, Bieber is set to host the comedic gig, "Saturday Night Live" on February 9. Gomez is the least person on Bieber's mind with all the stuff on his itinerary.
As for Gomez, the lovely Latina was last seen leaving the Golden Globes 2013 after party with "Hunger Games" star, Josh Hutcherson. Gomez was also spotted getting chummy with Bieber's alleged quick fling, Barbara Palvin. Unlike all the bad press that seems to revolve around the girls, Barbara and Selena were obviously on good terms that night.
Well, Justin Bieber would be having tough luck trying to win back Gomez with the current situation. The 18-year old definitely made a good choice of focusing on his fans and his music instead.