Lucky for the “Same Drugs” rapper, the unfortunate body art is easy to conceal — it’s hidden below his shirt, right above his heart. (Or nipple, depending on who you’re asking.) He confessed that he’d always planned to live a tattoo-free life, but decided to get the phrase inked on a whim. “I got it when I was 21,” he said wistfully, as if looking back upon the days of his foolish youth. (Chance is now 23.) “Basically, it’s a reminder that I’m not doing enough.”
A tough sell, to be sure — but to regret is to be human, and to regret an ill-advised tattoo is very common indeed. (They didn’t invent tattoo removal lasers just for fun, after all.) His conclusion: lesson learned. “Definitely not getting any more tattoos,” he said. Sounds like we won't be seeing him make the same mistake twice.