PICS: Folks are having a hard time dealing with Ben Affleck's rather large and intense back tattoo
That is a serious amount of ink.
Pictures of Ben Affleck at the beach have become to talk of Twitter, and not because the swole Batman is keeping up the workout routine, but because of his new back-based artwork.
The Justice League actor was pictured with a large phoenix tattoo spread across his back and people are asking a lot of questions.
The questions being asked are mostly because two years ago, when Ben was first spotted with the tattoo, he claimed it was fake and simply for a movie role.
However, fans haven’t forgotten and are now very, very confused.
Is it real? Is he still wearing a fake tattoo?
Ben Affleck: The phoenix tattoo is fake for a movie.
Also Ben Affleck: pic.twitter.com/k97oa0ld12
— Sarah (@Cinesnark) March 16, 2018
Next time you're feeling sad, remember that you're not Ben Affleck so you (probably) don't have a tattoo so big and so ugly and so universally ridiculed that you had to lie and say it was only temporary and just for a movie when it is so clearly not. (https://t.co/MQJfdA25tk) pic.twitter.com/sU72CUK4TG
— Eunice Chantilly's tacky barrette. (@RafiDAngelo) March 18, 2018
Ben Affleck's back tattoo is, and I'm saying this without hyperbole, one of the funniest goddamn things I've ever seen in my entire life. Holy moly. What a wonderful gift to all of us this is. Truly a great day to be alive because of this obscenely dumb tattoo. (via @people) pic.twitter.com/8LtvmF1Z5h
— Dashiell Driscoll (@dashiell) March 19, 2018
The weirdest part of the Ben Affleck back tattoo is that he lied saying it was for a role AND THOUGHT WE WOULDNT FIND OUT
— Sophia Benoit (@1followernodad) March 19, 2018
Ben Affleck definitely knows all the words to at least one Limp Bizkit song that wasn't a radio single pic.twitter.com/ctQsG6kFOP
— britt hates (@MissBrittHayes) March 20, 2018
And it’s not just the general public who have an opinion on Ben’s ink, as his ex Jennifer Garner also had something to say.
“You know what we would say in my hometown about that? ‘Bless his heart. A phoenix rising from the ashes,” she told Vanity Fair.
“Am I the ashes in this scenario? I take umbrage. I refuse to be the ashes.”