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Sep
09

DeShawn Stevenson Adds Some Ink


Over the off-season Washington Wizards forward DeShawn Stevenson has been quite busy decorating his body. Already heavily tattooed, DeShawn is a heady player, so he worked from the neck up; first he added a tattoo of Abraham Lincoln on the front part of his, which had to hurt like a motherfucker, then he added in the Pittsburgh Pirates logo on his left cheek (backwards obviously), his one-year-old son Londyn’s name graces the right temple and a Frankenstein’s Monster-like crack is on his forehead.

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OK, I get the son’s name, I wouldn’t do it myself, but then I also probably wouldn’t name my kid Londyn. Moving on… Abraham Lincoln? Sure, why not honor our 16th President, even in an incredible painful spot. The Pirates logo Stevenson explains by saying, “that’s my favorite team. Barry Bonds, when he first started.” He then tried to say that if you stood in front of him it looked like the “P” it was supposed to; it doesn’t. It still looks like a “9,” in a mirror though? Sure!

As for the Frankenstein Monster’s crack, it’s because “I don’t crack. I feel like people always try to break me, but I don’t crack. So, I put that there.” Which sort of makes sense, except that now he has a crack on his forehead showing that apparently he DOES crack.

[Washington Times]


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