Ray J shares a close relationship with his sister Brandy. He finally had some time off from his business endeavors and decided to get inked. The singer turned entrepreneur decided on a peculiar tattoo of his sister, which has fans confused.

Ray J just got a huge thigh tattoo of none other than his beloved sister Brandy. On Tuesday, Ray J shared a video on his Instagram page showing off his tattoo session. However, people are confused about some details of the new ink.

The tattoo depicts Brandy in a strange manner. First off, Brandy’s eyes are bright fuchsia. This sort of gives the appearance of the eyes being blood-shot. The tattoo of Brandy also includes a forehead tattoo that says: “Best Friend Forever.”

Ray J’s post obviously garnered a lot of attention. The video features Brandy’s 1995 song “Best Friend” as the soundtrack, and the caption for the video said all Ray J wanted to about the experience.

“NEW @brandy TATOO BY ONE OF THE GREATEST!! @_mashkow_ – IM GETTING MY WHOLE LEG TATTED WITH- MUSIC- LOVE – SCRIPTURES – THE VOCAL BIBLE – FAMILY – GHOSTS – POSITIVE WORDS AND THEMES – REAL GOTHIC LIKE — “THE HOLY LEG! “ – GONNA TAKE A MINUTE!! But I got the best doing it !! STAY TUNED!! – FULL LEG TATT — I had to start with my best friend!!”

There are even more weird details to this. The word “Mash” is stenciled on one of Brandy’s eyelids, and what seems to be her autograph is also stenciled on her cheek. The words “From Ray With Love” are written on Brandy’s face.

It seems like Brandy approves of her brother’s new tattoo. She took to the comments to express her excitement. Ray J’s fans however, are not elated by his decision. Check out some of their tweets below.

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Shifa Jahan

Shifa Jahan is a freelance writer from Bahrain currently pursuing her Masters degree in Comparative Literature from Jadavpur University, India. She is experienced in Copywriting, Academic Writing and loves to write about pop culture/ entertainment-news. Other interests include theatre, teaching, foreign languages and culture.

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