Tattoos are not the most welcoming feature on any part of the body to lots of people except for a few people who have a craze and some sort of love for it.
People who have inked their bodies are often seen in some sort of dim light and often seen as miscreants that society out to abhor.
But is not always the case. People with inked bodies are not all bad and rot. Some of them are more of saints than a Catholic priest who mounts the pulpit every day and almost always, there are stories that come with each and every ink on their flesh and KiDi has his.
According to the Sugar hitmaker, his tattoos represent some of the beloved members of his family who are dead
“The last time I came here, I didn’t have tattoos. Every stripe stands for a dead member of my family, so, every band is for mourning, this is my dad’s because that’s the biggest one and my two grand mums [My mum’s mum and dad’s mum].
“I have [on] my chest, I have Zane, that’s my son’s name and then I have Sugar, the name of my first album. It’s now symbolic; now, it’s like no matter how much I grow, if I’m fifty, I’ll always remember that it was iconic at a time in my life…”