Drake Gets Beatles Tattoo to Celebrate Chart Record

Brunilde Fioravanti
Agosto 14, 2019

The commemorative tattoo which appears on his forearm illustrates his claim to have "more slaps than The Beatles" which he posited in his verse on Meek Mill's track, "Going Bad". It shows the iconic image of the Beatles as they cross Abbey Road that was featured on their 1969 album cover.

Drake has more slaps than The Beatles, and he's making it known.

While the 32-year-old rapper hasn't unveiled his gloating tat on his own social media, a number of fan accounts have posted photos where Drake's fresh ink is visible, including ones of him with a young fan, hugging Chris Brown and standing with YG, as Complex first reported.

In June 2018, Drake beat the Beatles' 1964 record of having the most songs in Billboard Hot 100's Top 10 at any one time - the Beatles held the record with five, but Drake snagged seven, according to the Business Insider. To commemorate the feeling, Drizzy Drake added to his collection of somewhat-sus tattoos, inking the iconic Abbey Road sidewalk scene onto his arm and adding himself in front of the boy band. Still sells millions each year and achieved this without streaming!

The 32-year-old rapper recently broke the iconic band's record of most songs simultaneously on the Billboard Hot 100's Top 10, and it appears he made a decision to commemorate the achievement with an inking.

To celebrate the achievements, Drake recently got a Beatles-themed tattoo. But, the reason behind the new ink isn't quite a tribute to their legacy.

One person called the tattoo "pathetic", while another called it a "Narcissistic tattoo".

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