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Arenas and Obama, Linked Together Forever

Finally, visual evidence of Gilbert Arenas’ new tattoo, a tribute to Barack Obama, the real Black President:
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↵News of the tattoo first hit the internets last week, but despite people with cameras (and bloggers) constantly around Agent Zero, no one came up with the genius idea to snap a photo of the ink, until now. As you can see above, it reads “change we believe in,” a version of Obama's slogan “change we can believe in.” It was reportedly shortened because Gil didn’t want ink on his thumb. Also, on the outside of his pinky, which you can’t see in the photo, it reads “44.” ↵

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↵Oh, but that’s not all. Because a tattoo forever honoring Obama just isn’t enough, there’s this: Areans is having an artist paint a mural on a wall in his house of the Obama family, standing next to Arenas' family. Not creepy at all. Although, if you read Wizznutzz, you'd know these two were destined to be together long ago. ↵

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↵What is definitely creepy, however, are those fingernails. Get yourself a mani, playboy. It might seem effeminate, but it’s one of those things that’s so feminine it’s masculine. Like the pink Polo shirts you see the frat bros rockin’. All man behind those. Or maybe you’re following the trend set by Rip Hamilton, giving yourself a tactical edge with your talons. ↵

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↵(H/T: Gilbertology) ↵

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