- Uncle Waffles' new ink set the timeline on fire with most social media users questioning the font size and the placement of the tattoo
- The trending Amapiano DJ placed her new tattoo which reads Deo Volente on her stomach and many tweeps dragged her after her pic surfaced online
- Many people who came across the snap of the new ink shared that it looks "terrible" and also dragged the artist who drew the tattoo
Uncle Waffles trended for all the wrong reasons again on the timeline. This time around, the star's new tattoo set tongues wagging on social media.
The Amapiano DJ got herself a new tattoo on her stomach. The Tanzania hitmaker's new ink reads: Deo Volente. According to IOL, the Italian saying means:
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"God willing; if nothing prevents it."
Peeps took to Twitter to question the placement and the font size of the stunner's tattoo. Some people shared that they don't like it because it is "terrible".
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"That's such a terrible tattoo."
"I really thought they photo-shopped her tummy to look like this."
"There is no way that tattoo was more than R50."
"Her tattoo artist does not care about her and I am saying this, because my tattoo artist has saved me from a few wrong placements."
"What was she thinking though?"
"What is the inspiration behind this tattoo? it is absolutely not necessary this Uncle Waffles is doing to much. Tattoo in the stomach? It is a no no for me, you can't tell me otherwise."
DJ Uncle Waffles swimming in an ocean of cash at Nigerian club
Legit.ng earlier reported that DJ Uncle Waffles delivered the heat during a visit and performance in Nigeria.
Using her verified Twitter account, Uncle Waffles shared a video of her set and the reception she was met by.
While deejaying, the young entertainer could be seen being showered with wads of cash by the seemingly impressed crowd Netizens had amusing reactions to the clip, with many dumbing down the West African country's currency