For those who no longer want to have tattoos of Kanye West on their bodies, a London tattoo removal company is providing complimentary sessions.
After changing his name to Ye, the rapper’s tattoos would be free to be removed, according to an advertisement released by Naama Studios last month.
Later, under the slogan “Yeezy come, Yeezy depart,” the company published footage of two delighted customers who had benefited from the offer.
The post said, “When you get a tattoo of someone you admire and they wind up in the news for all the wrong reasons.”
The company told The Washington Post, “We understand that tattoos can be upsetting for some people, and not everyone can afford to have their tattoos removed. The Post reported that a number of people had already begun the removal process for Ye tattoos and that about ten more had contacted Naama for advice. According to reports, the procedure could cost up to 2000 pounds (about $2400).
Since making a slew of antisemitic and nasty comments in public at the beginning of October, Ye has lost admirers and put his commercial empire in jeopardy. He was frequently banned from social media sites, and the majority of his business associates abandoned him.
He brazenly defended Adolf Hitler and Nazis during a disastrous discussion with white nationalist Nick Fuentes on Alex Jones’ Infowars show on Thursday. He was expelled from Twitter later that day for tweeting a swastika combined with the Star of David.