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Watch: Queen Minaj Gets Tattoo While Nσked

Controversial South African entertainer Queen Minaj has once again set tongues wagging. This time she posted photos of herself getting a tattoo while nσked

However, it was the place on the body where she got tattooed that had social media abuzz.

Some social media users even went as far as saying the tattoo artist, Prinsley Kgaugelo Seduma, was either gay or couldn’t get aroused as he has diabetes, while others believe he was offered tlof tlof.

But Gaddafi, as Prinsley is popularly known, denied all this, simply saying: “iJob ijob.”

He even defended his nσked client and said: “Few are just insults against her (Minaj), which I don’t condone at all. What’s happening with Minaj is nothing new in our line of work. We get that frequently, but only a few document it.”

The 26-year-old from Seshego outside Polokwane, Limpopo said he caters for his clients’ needs.

“Some tattoos require a client to be completely nσked. Queen Minaj is the only one who has never been afraid to document it.

“Given her background as an adult entertainer, it’s a marketing strategy to reach her potential clients. Unfortunately, in this case, I’m also the subject and it’s something beyond my control,” he said.

He also revealed that some clients deliberately tempt him.

“Some just want free tattoos with sex as a method of payment. Unfortunately, Gaddafi Ink Lab only considers cash,” he said.

However, Queen Minaj told Daily Sun she has never had sεx with her tattoo artist.

“Being nσked on the streets doesn’t mean I don’t have morals,” she said.

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She said she didn’t want to discuss her new tattoo and said it would be a surprise for some people.

Asked about his love of art, Gaddafi said his passion started at primary school.

“I’ve always been that kid who got into trouble with my class teachers for vandalizing the school property with drawings. I was also an average kid at school, getting low marks. I wasn’t really that motivated by the mainstream education,” he said.

He said, unlike other kids, he never saw himself as a doctor or a police officer.

“I didn’t even see myself as a tattooist, but I’ve always loved art and my passion for tattoos began in the streets,” he said.

In 2017, he rented a space at Seshego Circle Mall to operate from, but no one knew about him.

“A few had an interest in tattoos and I had to convince people to recognize this form of art. I met a client that year who changed my life forever. I had a vacant room at home and he convinced me to convert the space into a tattoo studio,” he said.

“He presented a version of what you see today as Gaddafi, but at that time I doubted myself so much. Being a believer, I started seeing myself through his eyes and here we are today.”

Gadaffi gave thanks to his clients, especially Isaac “Tlou” Mashala for believing in him.

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