Justin Bieber was spotted with a new tattoo (a tiny square with two lines coming out of it) on his right forearm when he arrived at Pearson International Airport in Toronto on Tuesday morning (July 24). It is a Japanese symbol proving just how dedicated the singer is to his music and also is the latest addition to his body art collection.
Justin is not stranger to tattoos. He has five other designs, including praying hands on his leg, “Believe” on his arm, a picture of Jesus on his leg, the Hebrew word for Jesus on his rib cage, a bird on his hip and the Japanese symbol is the sixth piece of ink. In comparison with the sizes of his former tattoos, Bieber’s fresh black design doesn't seem to make a big difference in the teen idol's appearance.
Enjoy some pictures of Justin with his fresh ink.
Justin Bieber arrives at Pearson International Airport in Toronto, Canada. He is dressed all in black with a baseball cap complete with a native American chief emblem on.
Bieber shows off his new ink when posing for photographs at the airport.
The tiny tattoo is the Japanese Kanji symbol for music and sits opposite the “Believe” tattoo on the star’s left arm.
The tat was once seen on his arm when he had some performances onstage at the 2012 Teen Choice Awards held at the Gibson Amphitheatre on Sunday (July 22) in Universal City, Calif. Attending the event in a Dolce & Gabbana shirt, Marc by Marc Jacobs pants, and Supra shoes, Justin Bieber was nominated eight times that night and he took home multiple surfboards in categories including Choice Male Artist, Choice Single by a Male Artist, Choice Summer Music Star: Male and Fashion Icon: Male.
The “Somebody to love” singer wears a Dolce & Gabbana shirt, Marc by Marc Jacobs pants, and Supra shoes at the 2012 Teen Choice Awards.
Justin Bieber performs during the 2012 Teen Choice Awards at Gibson Amphitheatre on July 22.
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