"On the Warped Tour a few years ago, if I wore shorts or if I wore my pants rolled up, someone by the end of the day would have written 'Shave me' on my ankle. So I was like, 'I'm going to have to get that tattooed so you guys won't have to do it anymore,'" Williams says of her pink razor tattoo.
Tyson Ritter's electrical outlet tattoo has a story attached. "Everyone in the band got the same [AAR logo] tattoo, but everyone thought we were in a frat, so I changed mine up by adding an electrical outlet that plugs into it," Ritter says. "Actually I only got it because I was trying to impress my girlfriend, but it ended up working out 'cause the guy made it really surreal looking."
Ed Sheeran rocks a colorful lower sleeve that includes a portrait of Puss in Boots, a Heinz ketchup bottle and a Fresh Prince of Bel Air tribute, among others.
"At the time I was thinking it was going to represent that I was the coldest MC in the game," says Gucci Mane of the ice cream cone tattoo on his face.
"Me and Cassie [Ramone] went to high school together in New Jersey. We would always sneak out of our parents' houses and go to the diner late at night … So we got these matching tattoos; she got a cheeseburger and I got a milk shake," says Goodman of her frosty ink.
Riff Raff's alien tattoo reads "We Are Not the Same" with the option to circle "Yes-No." (He circled "no"). He also boasts ink of the MTV and BET logos.
Chris Brown shows off his neck tattoos, featuring a Day of the Dead skull that was initially rumored to be a depiction of Rihanna's bruised face. It wasn't.
Lil Wayne boasts over 100 tattoos, including two on his eyelids and skateboard logos on his forehead.
Cee-Lo Green has the word "Trill" tattooed above his right ear. He considered having his entire face covered in ink.
Rick Ross shows off portraits on his chest of Abraham Lincoln and George Washington. Not so bizarre, considering he's estimated as one of the 20 richest rappers alive.