Lifestyle guru Martha Stewart has received her first tattoo, and she’s dedicated it to a longtime pal.
The 81-year-old has once again caused quite a stir on the internet after unveiling a large upper arm tattoo of rapper Snoop Dogg’s face, with the words My Dogg scribbled underneath.
“Thanks for the amazing tattoo @scottcampbell,” Stewart caption the shot, which she shared to Instagram on Friday, February 10. “Forever linked in ink to my favorite @snoopdogg.”
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Though the tattoo has been proven to be a fake and part of the duo’s Sketchers Superbowl commercial, many of the business mogul’s fans and followers quickly filled up her comment section to question whether the tattoo actually is real.
“Seriously. Is this a joke?”
“Is this for real?!?! Even if it’s not, your friendship is so wholesome and you both bring me such joy!”
“Is this fake news or real news? We need to know Martha.”
Meanwhile, other fans cheered Stewart for committing to the bit.
“I don’t even care if this is fake, I am LIVING for it!”
“How you go from posting about growing your own saffron in your winter garden (because you have multiple types of gardens) to THIS- is genuinely thrilling.”
“This is the best thing on the internet that I’ve seen in months. Obsessed.”
This wouldn’t be the first scandalous commercial the celebrity homemaker has partaken in. Last October, Stewart had gone topless to film a promotional video for American coffee roasters Green Mountain Coffee.
In the video, the culinary connoisseur is seen holding a cup of coffee while wearing nothing but a simple white apron with Green Mountain Coffee‘s logo printed on the front.
Just like the Sketchers ad, the crafting queen had received mixed reviews for her rather risqué coffee ad.
Love it or hate it, Stewart’s latest Superbowl commercial may not come as a surprise to some of Stewart’s longtime fans, as she has made of habit of sending the internet into a frenzy as of late.
Just last month, she left the public in a state of shock after posting a set of selfies showing off her youthful, wrinkle-free complexion.
Stewart had left many of her fans sceptical about her appearance after claiming her photo had “absolutely no reimaging”.
Her post received a wave of disapproving comments, with many of her followers asking her to “be real” about her alleged botox and fillers.