CARDI B has revealed her latest tattoo, a colorful explosion of flowers that begins at the top of her back and ends on her thigh.
The inking covers her entire back and winds its way down across her back in a diagonal angle before creeping over her hips and on to her hip.
Cardi captioned a video that shows off the tattoo: "Okay guys! Soooo here it is!
"It took me several months but I’m finally finished.
"This is my back tattoo!
"It goes from the top of my back to the middle of my thigh. Thank you @jamie_schene."
The ink was completed by Californian artist Jamie Schene, who revealed further details of the 60+ hours that the creation took to complete.
He wrote: "Thank you @iamcardib! 60+ hours, more than 10 cities, it was an awesome project and a crazy experience.
"Thanks for your dedication, strength, and hospitality."
The completion of the tattoo comes amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, during which The Sun exclusively revealed that the rapper had isolated for weeks at a five-star hotel in LA, where she had beauty treatments and lounged by the pool with fellow guests.
The Please Me rapper and husband Offset flew more than 2,000 miles from their home in Atlanta in mid-April, where they own a $8.5million mansion, and checked into The London Hotel in West Hollywood, according to a source.
An insider said: "Cardi and Offset chose The London because they don't have a base in LA, and it is one of a few hotels which has stayed open with its pool area accessible.
"While some guests have been staying in their rooms, the rooftop has attracted plenty of people who have been relaxing on loungers and in luxury cabanas, they don't seem to be practising social distancing."
They added: "Many people are stuck at home and haven't seen their family or friends in months, it just shows if you have money you can find away around it."
In several social media photos, Cardi appears to have had her hair and nails done during the LA lockdown, and even filmed herself screaming in pain while getting a bikini wax surrounded by a glam team in masks.
A spokesman for The London told The Sun: "We did not close at any time and it's business as usual with our rooftop pool open for guests, although we are adhering to health guidelines."
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