TEEN Mom’s Chelsea Houska has a new sunflower tattoo on her arm, and she showed off the new ink over the weekend in a some sleeveless snaps.
The 28-year-old reality star is starting on her way to catching up to her husband, Cole DeBoer, who has a bunch of tats along both arms.
Chelsea, who is the mother of daughters Aubree and Layne and son Watson, is following in the footsteps of fellow Teen Mom stars Kailyn Lowry, Maci Bookout and Jenelle Evans, who all have tattoos all over their bodies.
Fans are conflicted about how to feel about the large sunflower on her inner upper arm, which Chelsea shared with them in a series of selfies.
She posted one picture in a white one-sleeve top and dark jean shorts and another in a black tank top and high-waisted light jean shorts.
The reality personality captioned the first, “Shorts here!,” and the other, “Put a headband on it and everything looks good.”
She didn’t mention anything about the tattoo or when she got it, but this is the first time fans have seen it, though she hasn’t shown her bare arms in recent pictures.
Some Reddit users the ink makes the Teen Mom star’s arm appear “bigger” and it looks “awful, like a giant bruise.”
Others think it could be a temporary tattoo because “if it were new, we’d have seen the whole process on her and Cole’s social media about how she’s strong and brave for getting a tattoo.”
Another reason someone pointed out that it might be a fake is because of the “odd placement,” like she put it on herself.
Fans won’t get to learn the truth about Chelsea’s huge sunflower tattoo until she speaks out about it or until enough time has passed to know if it’s temporary or not.
Her husband’s slew of tats are real, though, and one of them is all about her.
He got fresh ink on his wrist last year of the moment he proposed to Chelsea, which was in 2015, in nature amongst the trees, with her daughter Aubree standing right with them.
While Chelsea hasn’t shared her thoughts about the new image on her arm, she did finally speak out some more, in a general fashion, after fans slammed her for not doing so, about George Floyd’s death last week and the ongoing protests.
She wrote on Monday: “I’m laying in bed, thinking about my sleeping children. And my heart aches. I will never know what it’s like to be worried about them, solely because of the color of their skin.
“I may never experience what you are going through, but I see you, I understand you. I want to do better, raise my children to be be better…and make a difference.
The Teen Mom star continued: “I’m not the best with words, and I’ve overthought what to say and not say.
“But this morning I am just so overcome with sadness. I hope we can all come together and be better.”
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