The 17-year-old raptress is likely to start another controversy as she’s declaring her love for the 20-year-old rapper, months after getting her NBA Youngboy tattoo covered up.
Bhad Bhabie a.k.a. Danielle Bregoli may have been involved in an inappropriate relationship. The underage star sparks speculation that she may be dating an adult man after she had rapper Yung Bans‘ name tattooed on her leg.
The “Hi Bich” raptress took to Instagram on Monday, May 11 to show off the brand new ink, which is located on the back of her leg. The tattoo says “Vas,” which is the first name of Bans’ real name, Vas Coleman.
Bhabie simply captioned the clip, which highlighted the tattoo, with a double heart emoji, but Vas has pretty much confirmed that it’s a love declaration to him. “If you love me get my name tatted,” he wrote on his Instagram Stories along with a link to Bhabie’s post.
Bhabie and Bans have not spoken up on the status of their relationship, but if they’re indeed having a romantic relationship, it will be deemed illegal. Bhabie is just 17 years old, while the legal age of consent in California, where they both live, is 18.
“Lol these boys can’t wait till u 18,” one commented on Bhabie’s possible romance with Bans. Another slammed the young raptress’ decision to get the tattoo, “17. den had n***as names tatted before. you don’t THINK. you don’t understand that one day you will be 65 and you getting all these dumba** tattoos and hella butterflies nd s**t. atleast get a lil sum and WAIT. something is f**king wrong with yo delusional a** i swear to f**king god.”
This is not the first time Bhabie had a guy’s name tattooed on her body. Last year, the Boynton Beach-born star got NBA YoungBoy a.k.a. YoungBoy Never Broke Again‘s real name tattooed on her hand when she was only 16. She initially denied that the tattoo was of the name “Kentrell,” the first name of YoungBoy, and insisted that it read “Kentucky” instead.
In August, she eventually came clean about her tattoo tribute to YoungBoy and defended it. “Y’all do not know what goes on with me and him,” she said at the time. “Y’all don’t know behind the scenes. So, please, stop telling me how he has a girlfriend. I did not get this tattoo to be with him or because I’m with him.”
Less than a year later, however, she decided to have the tattoo covered up. In October of the same year, she revealed a bold black butterfly tattoo in its place.