R&B singer Chris Brown has a long and storied history of making questionable decisions, however his latest might be slightly more permanent.
Brown debuted an image on Twitter Tuesday of a new tattoo, which now sits on the back of his head.
The artwork is the Venus de Milo, the Ancient Greek statue believed to have been sculpted by the artist Alexandros of Antioch around 100BC.
The New York Post reports the heavily tattooed Chris Brown shaved the back of his head to make room for the giant piece.
According to the Post, the New York tattoo artist behind the new ink, King Rico, worked while Brown rehearsed a new song for his upcoming album during the session.