The new ink, which portrays a black Madonna holding baby Jesus with huge crowns on their head and angels on both sides, is definitely a work of art. Positioned right under his Basquiat-inspired "King of Kings" crown tattoo on his neck, the new piece covers his entire back down to his waistline.
Diddy seemingly posted the inspiration for his tattoo on social media just three days earlier. According to People, the tattoo looks to be a copy of "the oldest known Ethiopian painting of the Mother and Child or Theotokos which dates back to the 15th Century."
"I got the front And She got my BACK," the "I'll Be Missing You" rapper captioned the photo before shouting out his tattoo artist Nikko Hurtado.
Fans, however, were divided over the tattoo, with many questioning if it was even real. "Oh no... This is weird. Tell me it's Photoshop," one follower wrote. Another chimed in, commenting, "You stupid for this one."
Diddy doesn't seem too concerned about the haters. The fashion designer recently topped the Forbes list of the world's highest-earning celebrities of 2017, taking home $130 million and beating Beyoncé and Drake for the top spot.
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"Nearly two decades after appearing on the cover of the first-ever Celebrity 100 issue, Diddy tops Forbes' annual ranking of the highest-earning entertainers in the world, banking $130 million pretax in our 12-month scoring period," the magazine wrote. "The majority of his 2017 total comes from selling one-third of his Sean John clothing line for an estimated $70 million. Combined with a lucrative Diageo Ciroc vodka partnership and his Bad Boy Family Reunion Tour, Diddy edges Beyoncé, whose $105 million haul is the second-largest of her career, thanks to her Formation World Tour and Lemonade release."
It looks like Diddy ain't going nowhere. For celebrities who share the same tattoo, check out the gallery below!