Tattoo Artist Goes Viral For ‘Inking’ Babies

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When you show a video of a baby having received a tattoo, you’re sure to receive some feedback, and none of it positive.

But tattoo artist Ayala Bratt said the supposed ink placed on an infant was merely a stencil — and not the usual permanent kind.

A TikTok video revealed Bratt, 22, placing the stencil tattoo on the leg of the infant. The fake tattoo matched the real ones Bratt gave to the infant’s mother and father.

Tattoo Artist Goes Viral For ‘Inking Babies’

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“I think opening kids up to the world of tattoos is completely OK,” Bratt said, via the New York Post. “It’s just art, and it’s a way to express yourself. It’s not just something that is related to gangsters.”

Nonetheless, not everyone who responded to the video was supportive.

You can’t tattoo a child under 18 years old! And worse, he is an infant,” wrote one user, via the Post.

“I hope it’s a joke?” another asked.

Amid the backlash, though, one user tried to add some perspective.

“People. It’s only the stencil. Calm down,” the comment read.

The video had garnered around 27 million pageviews, and counting, shortly after it was posted, and Bratt said she welcomed the feedback.

“After sharing my videos on TikTok, there was a mixed reaction,” she said, via the Post. “A lot of it was hate but some were funny.”

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