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Chris “Birdman” Andersen is one of the most fascinating figures in the NBA. He was the first player ever to be promoted from the D-League to the NBA, and got kicked out of the league in 2006 for violating the drug policy. He has since gotten clean, been reinstated, helped the Denver Nuggets reach the Western Conference Finals in 2009, and is now a major contributor off the bench for the Miami Heat. Oh, and he has perhaps the most impressive arsenal of tattoos in professional sports. But he hasn’t always. Behold his career in ink.
Birdman barely had any tattoos his rookie year. Just a couple of small line drawings on his arms, but nothing really noteworthy.
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His right arm began to fill out during his sophomore season. On his right shoulder, he now had an outline of someone (himself?) dunking a basketball.
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During Birdman’s first season with the New Orleans Hornets, the drawings on his right arm began to be get filled in with color. Still not a lot of movement on his left arm, however.
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After serving a two-year ban for a positive drug test, a very different Birdman returned to the Hornets for the end of the 2008 season. Intricate, colorful designs dominated both of his arms and spilled onto his chest. The skull with the crown on his left arm is a highlight of his new look.
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The following summer, Birdman signed with the first team he ever played with in the NBA, the Denver Nuggets. He was a force off the bench for a team that surprised many by reaching the Western Conference Finals. And yet, there was still visible skin on some parts of his arms. The best was yet to come.
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The red wings on each of his inner biceps became a signature look for Birdman. He flaps them as a post-scoring celebration. There are also some other interesting oddities here, like the pair of red dice and the “DEAD END” sign.
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And, wait, what’s that on his neck? Can we get a better look at that?
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Whoa. It says “FREE BIRD” across his entire neck. It works because his nickname is “Birdman” and because he’s apparently a huge Lynyrd Skynyrd fan.
And what about those stars on his earlobes? Those look new.
By 2012, Birdman’s body had achieved peak canvas levels. Here it is in all its glory.
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After being waived last summer, Birdman spent much of this season working out before being signed to a 10-day contract in January by the Miami Heat. Since then, he has become one of their biggest factors off the bench, providing a defensive and rebounding spark. Here’s an absolutely terrifying close-up of his hands:
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After years of turmoil and bouncing around the league, Birdman has finally found a home in Miami. If they win a ring this season, he might even get a full-face tattoo. As it is, his literal body of work is pretty glorious.
His singing career started at Cash Money Click group where he debuted in 1999. His debut single was “Holla Holla” and sang it together with Venni Vetti Vecci. In the next four years between 2000 and 2004 he released several successful singles that were listed on the top of 20 of the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. Here are some of them: "Between Me and You" with Christina Milian, "Always on Time" with Ashanti, "I'm Real (Murder Remix)" with Jennifer Lopez, and "Wonderful" with R. Kelly and Ashanti and "Mesmerize" also with Ashanti. He signed the contract with The Inc. Records led by Irv Gotti. He was announced the fastest growing rapper in 2001 and sold over thirty million recorded worldwide. He also publicized feuds with other rappers such as 50 Cent and Eminem.
He was born in a family of Jehovah's Witness and raised by his mother and grandparents. His sister died when she was only five due to some breathing problems and Atkins remained the only kind in the family. He attended school for black people, which was Public School 134 in Hollis. He was very small and had to fight for his opinion. After several fight his mother took him to another school - Middle School 172 in Glen Oaks. Later he described this school as a “white school”.
Ja Rule tattoos are another interesting side of the rapper. He has many tattoos mainly in his chest. One of the most famous tattoos is saying "Hit Man" written next to a target on his chest.
Pain is Love
Another Ja Rule tattoo says, "Pain is Love" and is also made on the chest.
Two angel wings are tattooed on the rapper’s back. There is also a halo and two big crosses in flame.
Both arms are also tattooed with several interesting designs: they include Roman numerals especially on his left bicep and forearm.