Presley Gerber Compares His Face Tattoo Criticism With The Transgender Community's Experience And People Are Outraged!

Presley Gerber Compares His Face Tattoo Criticism With The Transgender Community's Experience And People Are Outraged!
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The young male model has been getting a lot of opinions on his new face tattoo and most of them are not positive at all! That being said, Presley Gerber has been defending it on social media but his latest post about it has caused some confusion due to how bizarre the statement is.

Presley went as far as to compare his cheek ink that reads ‘Misunderstood’ with being transgender and users are pretty outraged.

As you know, the 20 year old got the tattoo last month and since then, people have been flooding him with criticism, most saying that he’s ruined his handsome face.

Sure enough, Presley has not reacted well to the negativity surrounding his decision to tattoo his face either and he’s been clapping back and defending himself quite a lot.

His latest statement on it, however, has only sparked more criticism since he compared his situation to the transgender community's experience!

The message he shared on his IG Stories reads: ‘Most and a lot of people can get facelifts, change genders, get lip injections, etc and it is offensive to say anything in today’s day and age but I get a little face tattoo and now people love to hate me.. Hmmmm?’

Basically, Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber’s son seems to have compared the discrimination he’s been getting for his face tattoo with the discrimination trans people go through.

Later on that same day, he returned to his Stories to share a clip in which he showed off his face tattoo while spending some relaxing time with a female friend.

‘Beautiful moments,’ he wrote alongside the footage.

The odd behavior started earlier in the day, in fact, when he posted a pic of him running to get home with the caption: ‘I had to walk by 3x to make sure I wasn’t goin krazy.’

In the comment section, one user dissed him, writing: ‘That’s how I felt when I first seen your face tattoo.’ Yikes!

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