Izzy (@ izzy38255), who has since appropriately changed her bio to “known for getting a botched tattoo,” initially went on the platform in a panic and sobbed, “I just got the worst fucking tattoo.”
A Mac Miller fan wanted to pay homage to the late rapper with a tattoo in honor of his song. missed calls, but later realized that she – or rather the tattoo artist – had made a big mistake.
The TikTok user asked the tattoo artist for a 2×3 size, but upon completion found that her permanent ink was physically “2-3X”.
“I got my cell phone from Mac Miller and told her I wanted it 2 by 3 large,” Izzy explained in her viral clip, which has since been viewed 3.2 million times. “She tattooed the f ** king 2 times 3. How can I fix that? “
Izzy was inundated with hundreds of questions and harsh criticism for failing to check the stencil.
“I’m sorry? Didn’t you look at the template? I’m confused,” one asked, while another added, “Baby … you could have said something all the time if you had no one to rely on but you annoy yourself. “
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This prompted the TikTok user to do a Storytime session which gave further context to the tattoo bug.
Izzy said she felt “stupid” and admitted it “was” [her] Error.”
She said, “My friend I am visiting has been to this store before and has never had a bad experience so we made the appointment and it should be fine. I didn’t see the 2 by 3 on the template when she first drew it. “
Izzy continued, “I wanted my cell phone to show missed calls for Mac Miller because I visited the blue slide park while I was here,” referring to the playground that inspired Miller’s album.
“Well, I saw it on paper before she printed it out. I thought this was a size reference, I wanted it to be 2 x 3 size.
“When she did the tattoo, she made me lie flat with my arm bent all the way to the side, weird.
“When I looked over it was mostly just like her head. I couldn’t really see it. “
Despite the failure, Izzy finally saw the bright side and concluded, “I can fix it. I’m not worried ”- and she did.
She later shared the corrected tattoo, shading the error and refining the outline.
Talk about misunderstandings.