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

Jan 07, 2013 | 1:07pm EST

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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