Why stop with a simple retweet?
Kasper Nørlund, a Danish artist, has given up prime real estate on his body to tattoo these infamously offensive words to his leg:
“Russian hooligans skintight shorts bumbags batty boy muscles ha ha I’d be more worried bout getting me arse pinched.”
If that looks familiar, it’s because those words were tweeted by ex-Oasis frontman, Liam Gallagher last week, before it was later deleted and he was forced to publicly apologized.
Nørlund has spent the past few years getting celebrities’ deleted tweets permanently inked to his body as part of his ongoing ‘Tweettoo’ art project.
“If a celebrity tweets a statement that he or she then for some reason deletes, it qualifies for my Tweettoo project,” Nørlund explained to The Sun.
“The Tweettoo Project is a work-in-progress art project that explores the powerful combination of celebrity and social media,” he added. “Anyone can thoughtlessly say offensive things they regret but when you do it on the internet it will stay there forever.”
Unfortunately for them, many celebrities’ graveyard tweets have found permanent resting spots on Nørlund’s body, including Snoop Dogg, Rihanna, Justin Timberlake, Justin Bieber and of course Donald Trump.
“@mplefty67: If Hillary Clinton can’t satisfy her husband what makes her think she can satisfy America?” @realDonaldTrump #2016president” #WhatHappensOnTheWebStaysOnTheWeb #tweet #tattoo #twitter #tweettoo #celebrity #DeletedTweets #art #blækben #ink #art #MakeAmericaGreatAgain #DonaldTrump #HillaryClinton
Be careful what you Tweet about! Be sure to follow Tweettoo to keep up with his latest deleted tweet ink!
Image courtesy Tweettoo via Instagram