Rapper Lil Pump showed off his new tattoo bearing the likeness of former Republican President Donald Trump to show his permanent devotion to the beleaguered GOP primary frontrunner.
The rapper who was born and raised in Florida emerged onto the music scene and gained popularity with the release of his 2017 single "Gucci Gang."
Aside from his music career, he is known for having endorsed Trump's 2020 Presidential election campaign and for being banned from Jetblue after refusing to wear a mask on a flight from Fort Lauderdale to Los Angeles in December 2020.
On Tuesday, Lil Pump shared his new tattoo of Trump's famous mugshot taken in Atlanta, Georgia last August after being arrested on election interference charges.
The ink was etched on the rapper's thigh in an Instagram post that was captioned simply with "MAGA" followed by two US flag emojis.
Here are the two photos from his post.
Here is a video of him proudly showing skin and comparing the tattoo to its reference image.
People had some thoughts.
Spoiler alert: They weren't favorable.
What makes Lil Pump's devotion to Trump even sadder is that at a 2020 Trump rally, the failed presidential candidate couldn't even get the rapper's name right, introducing him as "Lil Pimp."
You can watch a clip of his botched intro here.
Despite the wrong name fiasco, it probably doesn't faze Lil Pump.
After all, he did name the twice-impeached, federally charged serial liar "the Greatest president of all time" in an Instagram post of a photo of them together, smiling.