Justin Bieber’s Native American Tattoo: Real or Fake?

Justin Bieber Native American tattoo

Just in case his praying hands with roses, crown, or owl tattoos weren’t ugly enough, Justin Bieber decided to add some more ill-advised ink to his body — this time in the form of a Native American profile, complete with feathered headdress.

On Sunday, Justin uploaded a photo of said new tattoo to his Instagram page along with the caption, “My grandfather always took me to the stratford culliton every friday night this is for u Grampa … My man @chenterios hooked it up.” The Stratford Cullitons are a junior hockey team based out of Ontario, Canada.

At first glance, we thought this tattoo must be fake. The sketchbook-quality shading looks like something you’d doodle with a pen, not a tattoo needle. But upon closer inspection of the Cullitons’ logo, we’ve deduced that this style of tattoo mimics the original perfectly. It appears as though Justin Bieber actually tattooed a Native American on his left shoulder.

Now, we all know that Bieber is a huge hockey fan — he’s from Canada, where liking hockey is virtually required for citizenship — but tattooing a sports logo on your body represents a whole other level of fandom. Remember Justin, this will be on your body for the rest of your life

Justin Bieber Native American tattoo

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Celebrity Editor Abbey Stone hails from the fair isle of Martha's Vineyard, a lovely, vaguely dinosaur-shaped spot of land located off the coast of Cape Cod, MA, that is best known for exporting preppy salmon-colored pants. But the bright lights of New York City beckoned, and Abbey was lured away from her coastal haven to attend Barnard College. She graduated in 2010 with a degree in English and a much less useful minor in Dance. Abbey has been published in Dance Magazine, The Huffington Post, Time Out New York, and Popstar! magazine (where she learned more than she ever wanted to know about Justin Bieber). Abbey now lives in Brooklyn, where she spends her days watching stupid Internet videos and reading pretentious books.