Drake pisses off Beatles fans with his brand new tattoo which shows him ahead of the famous four

Drake once rapped he’s “got more slaps than The Beatles” and now it looks like he’s taken it quite literally and made it permanent. Check out his tattoo below.
Rapper Drake,HollywoodThe 32-year-old singer added the new tattoo to his body art collection and it is inspired by The Beatles’ iconic Abbey Road album cover.
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Rapper Drake has brushed Beatles fans the wrong way with his brand new tattoo. The 32-year-old singer added the new tattoo to his body art collection and it is inspired by The Beatles’ iconic Abbey Road album cover. But Drake made a minor addition to the tattoo that has left some Beatles fans unhappy. In a picture which was shared by the rapper's fan club, the iconic Beatles' album cover can be seen on Drake's forearm. 

However, apart from the band's four members John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, there is a an additional fifth figure walking ahead of the Beatles, which appears to be Drake himself. Drake once rapped he’s “got more slaps than The Beatles” and now it looks like he’s taken it quite literally and made it permanent. 

Since the picture was shared online, Beatles fans slammed the rapper for boasting about being bigger and better than the iconic band. One user wrote, "The Beatles have more number 1 singles, sold more music than anybody in history have more number 1 albums than anybody in history. Still sells millions each year and achieved this without streaming! The only way he’ll beat The Beatles is in his own mind!” 

While another one wrote, "Narcissistic tattoo. If people remember a Drake song in 50 years we will gladly eat our words." Check out Drake's brand new tattoo below: 

Drake’s new tattoo comes almost a year after he set a new record for the highest number of Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 songs in a single calendar year, surpassing The Beatles, who earned 11 top 10 songs in their breakout year of 1964, reported People. 

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