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Justin Bieber Admits He Tried to Cover Up His Selena Gomez Tattoo

Memories, indeed.
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It's no secret that Justin Bieber has a lot of tattoos, but we've never really heard him explain the meaning behind all of them until today in this video. During his cover shoot and interview for GQ, the "Sorry" hitmaker revealed a few interesting things about them. One, that he has several tatts related to his family. Two, that he started putting them in parts that are a little hidden. And three, that he tried to cover up his SelGo tatt.

"I kinda tried to cover her face up with some shading, but people still know," he said. Aww, Justin. Don't worry, we'll just act as if we didn't really know who that girl in your tatt is. Hit the play button below to listen to him talk about them  now!

And that's why you have to think hard before getting inked, Candy Girls, right? Our favorite is probably his LL one, which reminds him of something inspiring. "It stands from when my head's low to lift it up. Just to never keep your head low and just to always look for the better days," he said in the video.

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Will you get a tattoo in the future, too? Let's talk in the comments. :)

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