Today In “Great Decisions”: Nick Gordon Got A Bobbi Kristina Tattoo

February 17, 2015 / Posted by:

Leave it to Nick Gordon to take an already icky situation and add one extra thick layer of poor taste to it. Even the dirty tennis balls attached to the feet of that chair in the far right corner are like “Ugh, leave us out of this.

While Bobbi Kristina Brown is still in a hospital bed hooked up to a life support machine after she was found unconscious in her bathtub nearly three weeks ago, her former sort-of brother/pretend husband/current shady boyfriend has been keeping himself busy. Nick Gordon, who is currently the subject of a criminal investigation after exhibiting some suspicious-as-hell behavior on the day of Bobbi Kristina’s bathtub emergency, decided to honor the memory of his still technically alive girlfriend with a tattoo of her name. Nick recently showed off his new tattoo on Facebook. Sadly, he can’t show it off to Bobbi Kristina in real life, because he’s been banned from the hospital by her family.

Everything about this is a damn mess. First of all, that tattoo looks like it was done by a dude named Sliver with a ballpoint pen and a dull sewing machine needle in the parking lot of a CVS. Second, nothing says “You might want to start questioning me more” like getting the name of the person cops are currently questioning your ass about. Third, it’s a good thing tattoos can’t talk, because about 2 seconds after Nick got that tacky tribute to Bobbi Kristina, I’m sure Nick’s Whitney Houston tattoo would have hissed “Oh, hell to the no.

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