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Pete Davidson loves tattoos. We knew that already. We also knew Pete Davidson wasn't afraid to ink himself up on a whim, particularly for ladies he admires. And if you think we're talking about just Ariana Grande then you haven't been paying attention. Davidson loves the political ladies — hard. He's got a tattoo of Hillary Clinton on his leg. Not just ANY Hillary, though. He's got '90s long-hair-flipped-ends Hillary.

You have to admit it was a great look.

When we heard he had gotten a tattoo to honor Ruth Bader Ginsburg, we all knew it would be great. But we had no idea how great until we saw the picture. It's a small piece, done in black and white. There were plenty of images to choose from and Davidson did not disappoint. He opted for portraying Ginsburg the way the internet loves her most.

The Notorious RBG.


Ginsburg got the nickname for her fearlessness, her vocal dissents, and her verbal skill. She's the most gangsta non-rapper out in these political streets.

People love her for it. So when Davidson debuted the ink, Twitter loved that too!






Davidson is far from the first to get RBG tattooed on him. Ginsburg has talked about her sudden rise to rock star status and says she doesn't mind the swag or the art, but she's not particularly a fan of the tattoos. We hope she's a fan of comedy skits because Davidson and the SNL cast just did a hilarious one about her.

Get ready to have the song stuck in your head. You're welcome.

RBG Rap - SNL www.youtube.com


H/T: Esquire, Twitter, YouTube

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