Kiwi Singer Gets Face Tattoo of Harry Styles’ Face

*Sigh* I avoid celebrity smut, which is to say shameless and misguided publicity stunts, because it always results in me feeling sorry for people. But sometimes, just sometimes, human behaviour takes a big slice of that yolo cake we call life and just throws it the fuck back up, and the resulting mess is so illogical it needs to be shared with the world, lest we forget how uncouth our fellow inhabitants can be.

Case in point, this girl who got a poorly drawn depiction of another person’s face tattooed on her face, and the dick tattoo artist who agreed to do it:

The Los Angeles-based, Gold Coast raised singer Kelsy Karter is from New Zealand, believe it or not. That’s right, she’s a born Kiwi, making her sort of an ambassador for our humble country when abroad (unfortunately).

“He’s introduced the kids to the kind of music I want to make. For that, I’m really grateful. I also just want his career. I feel like I’m a female version – I really want to work with him.”

The tattoo is meant to be of pop star Harry Styles, and her reason for getting it is… Well… On the one hand, self-serving people deserve the consequential shit they put themselves through, and on the other hand, in what society is this not deemed pathetic? To love something so much you believe branding yourself with another person’s likeness, on your face, by means of a strangers’ ability to do so, is a worthwhile step in a positive direction. There’s humour in this, for sure, it’s just hard to see through all that weak-mindedness. Makes me want to yell ‘money isn’t everything, people!’

Really casts a shadow on her potential as a respectable artist, and on society for not having a backbone (parents, friends, fans, career managers and business owner operators alike). This sort of thing just bums me out.

“I’m a big fan of Harry and I’m not afraid to express it! I honestly just don’t really know how to do anything half-arse.”

I so wanted to take the shit out of her spoiled decision-making skills, but it speaks for itself. How does someone goes from this:

To this:

Time to redefine your meaning of career girl.

“Listen, I want a 50-year career,” she says. “I want to be as big as I can be. I want to make music and make movies and tour the world. If I’ve learned anything about myself it’s that I’m built for this. I didn’t really know what to expect; I’m not the kind of person that thinks before she jumps. So it wasn’t, ‘Oh, what should I prepare myself for?’ It was, ‘Yep, I’m gonna do this,’ and off I went. You have to be resilient and innovative and strong and independent — and I’m all of those things.”

I am an optimist at heart and in mind. It’s one of my better qualities and core beliefs. That also means I see the best in people and their potential to do better. I believe we are all capable of striving for more than what is offered, for things better than what is known to us, and a facial portrait ‘prison-tattoo’ of a yesteryear pop idol goes against everything!! Sorry not sorry, for ranting, but thanks for reading this far I guess.

……Learning is fun!

~ by Fionnlagh on January 31, 2019.

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