Celine Dion Pleads Drake To Not Get Her Face Tattooed On His Body For THIS Reason

Celine Dion Pleads Drake To Not Get Her Face Tattooed On His Body For THIS Reason

Celine Dion's reasoning behind her refusal to Drake was the “aging of skin” and how it will look bad over time! Read on for the full story

The world knows Hollywood artist Drake loves tattoos. But his take on them is different from others who have a passion for the same. He is known for getting tattoos all over his body of other famous musicians but one star has been missing from the list. Drake, who met fellow Canadian icon Celine Dion for the first time in 2017, told her her at the time that he would be getting a “Celine tat” in the next year. The news has now resurfaced on social media and Dion addressed it in an interview with iHeartRadio Canada. “Please Drake, I love you very much. Can I tell you something? Don’t do that,” she said.

Drake's body art made headlines this summer, when he was seen sporting an arm tattoo which displayed The Beatles in their Abbey Road album cover pose, with himself a step ahead of them. When Drake met Dion, he hinted at getting her face engraved into his rib cage and she was immediately taken aback by the idea.

“You can write me love letters, you can send me autographs for my kids, you can come and visit. I can have you home for lunch or dinner… we can go for a drink,” she pleaded to the camera, while giving the interview this week. “We can sing together. Whatever you want to do — I can talk to your mother — whatever you want! But please…” Dion's reasoning behind her refusal was the “aging of skin” and how “as time goes, the likeness of her face will sag and look 'not prettier’.” She continued, “If you do it, just do a fake one so you can change your mind,” suggesting that while one day he might want her face tattooed, another day he could easily change a temporary tattoo to something else.

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