Did Presley Gerber Offer People Who Didn't Like His Tattoo His Address So They Could Say It To His Face?

Did Presley Gerber Offer People Who Didn't Like His Tattoo His Address So They Could Say It To His Face?
Credit: Source: Presely Gerber/Instagram

Presley Gerber has been getting plenty of attention since the handsome model, and son of Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber tattooed the word "misunderstood" on his face. Now, several months later, the older brother of fellow model Kaia Gerber has more tattoos and continues to get a lot of media coverage as to why he is choosing to cover his face and body with ink. Some say it is just a form of creative expression, while others think there is some kind of underlying issue as to why Presley is straying from the mainstream. Many have asked if his new tattoos will hinder his modeling career, and that has caused them to ask many questions. Some wonder if Presley simply doesn't care about modeling and if so, why?

Presley has a few thoughts of his own for people who continually speculate on his life or why he does the things he does — such as get a gun tattooed on his left hip or the number "310" across his stomach. And when he first hit the media for his "misunderstood" tattoo, he had a few choice words for his haters. In fact, he told them that anyone who had an issue with it could come to his house and say it to his face.

Presley stated the following.

"I just wanted to come on here and be like, if anyone has s--- to say to me about this or anything else and my family or how I grew up or anything. I will give you my address, I promise, and you can come say it to my face."

You may see a report about Presley Gerber's attitude towards those who have negative things to say about his face tattoo below.

Now, the New Zealand publication Woman's Day is discussing Presley in their upcoming May 18, 2020 issue. The outlet spoke about his relationship with 23-year-old Sydney Brookes but also said that Cindy and Rande are very worried about their son.

According to the report, they believe Presley's tattoos are actually a cry for help.

What do you think? Are people making a big deal over nothing? Should they leave Presley Gerber alone?

Charisse Van Horn is a freelance writer from Tampa Bay. She enjoys writing about celebrities, entertainment, and fashion. Any reproduction of this article outside of Celebrity Insider will be met with legal action by the writer.


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