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Kenyon Martin’s Tattoo Foolishness

Submitted by on July 12, 2010 – 10:12 am8 Comments

Now that Kenyon Martin and Trina are no longer an item, the NBA star has taken an interesting approach to dealing with the tattoo of her lips on his neck, covering it with a tattoo of what appears to be a crown.

The duo, whose over two-year relationship was the source of scandal at it’s start—he was allegedly still married to ex-wife Heather at the time—split when Martin reportedly dumped the hip-hop star out of the blue last month. The Denver Nuggets’ power forward had the tattoo famously inked on his neck in 2008, to the delight of the self-proclaimed “Diamond Princess,” who revealed how the tattoo came to be in a recent interview with HoneyMag.com:

“It was just one of those things that just happened. We were just chilling, having a great time and Kenyon was getting tattooed and he wanted my lips. So I basically kissed a piece of paper a bunch of different times and we chose one and it was done. In five minutes it was over. It was great. I couldn’t believe it. I was like, ‘Are you really about to get that?’ And before I could get that little smile off my face—you know that blushing thing—it was done.”

And now that the relationship is done, K-Mart is stuck with what looks like a hamburger with ketchup on his neck—utterly, ridiculously foolish. The mess was snapped by photographers over the weekend as Martin entered Cipriani 42nd Street for the wedding of teammate Carmelo Anthony and TV personality Lala Vazquez. He may have been better off following Nas’ lead by getting a big, black splotch put over it. Better yet, haven’t any of these people ever heard of laser tattoo removal? Hood love (SMH).

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