Presley Gerber got himself a new tattoo and it’s on his face, something a lot of people were not too happy about. That being said, the model son of Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber received a lot of criticism and complaints over the face ink that reads ‘Misunderstood’ but the 20 year old is now clapping back.
Presley is sick and tired of all the keyboard warriors not minding their business so he wants to see them say it to his face instead – if they have the courage to!
As you can imagine, a lot of people were not fans of the young man marking his handsome face like that and many are certain he is going to regret it at some point in his life as he gets older and matures.
It all started with Gerber sharing a video of tattoo artist Jonathan “JonBoy” Valena working on his face tattoo with the caption ‘Thanks homie.’
Soon enough, his followers started to express their disagreement with his decision to ink his cheek.
Here are a few of their reactions to it: ‘But whhhhhhy?’ / ‘Are face tats becoming an ‘in’ thing? Sweet Jesus. The only thing misunderstood is that tattoo. You just ruined your canvas.’ / ‘You’ll regret that decision VERY soon.’
Even PerezHilton.com jumped in with some criticism, mocking the supposed way in which his famous supermodel mom would react to her son’s new ink by saying that ‘Luckily Cindy Crawford has a lot of access to tequila.’
Of course, he was referring to the fact that her husband owns the Casamigos brand.
In the meantime, Presley has hosted an Instagram Live session, answering plenty of questions about his new tattoo in it.
When asked about the meaning, he replied: ‘I don’t feel very understood I guess.’
In response to people’s worries, he simply argued: ‘If I thought this was going to ruin my face or I didn’t want this, I wouldn’t have done it. I think that’s a pretty obvious thing.’
And that was not all! For the haters, he had a much harsher message: ‘I just wanted to come on here and be like, if anyone has s**t 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.’