Ke$ha Gives Fan Dollar Sign Tattoo… With a Safety Pin

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Why go to a tattoo artist and pay for a safe, hygienic tattoo when you can just go to a Ke$ha show and have her do it for free?At a recent concert, an obviously super-dedicated fan allowed our favorite Jack-drinking pop princess to ink him using a safety pin and a pen. Lucky for us, she had it recorded and posted on YouTube.

[pullquote quote=”I could give tattoos at anywhere in the world at any hotel.” credit=”Ke$ha”]Singer [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Ke$ha[/lastfm] didn’t learn the art of pen and pin tattooing in prison, as you might expect, but told Paper Magazine that a friend imparted her with this invaluable skill, “A friend of mine told me you can [create a tattoo] with pen ink and a safety pin and I was like ‘That’s amazing. I could give tattoos at anywhere in the world at any hotel.’ I saw this hot dude recently and I gave him a tattoo sitting in the lobby of the hotel. I was just like ‘Can I borrow a pen and a sewing kit?’ I think I got an admirer out of that one.”Luckily for the dude in the video she stuck with something simple to draw, her famous $dollar sign$, and didn’t get all artistically ambitious.  That could only have ended badly for this eager fellow.Kids, this would be one of those ‘don’t try this at home’ moments.

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