Teen Mom 2’s Bar Smith Announces He’s Getting His Face Tattoos Removed | Video

Finally ‘Teen Mom 2’ dad Bar Smith, fiancé of Ashley Jones and father to Holly, has announced that he is having 2 of his face tattoos removed! Say goodbye to that second set of eyebrows friends because they are soon to be a thing of the past!

Bar shared a photo of the tats after the first treatment on Wednesday. “It’s all inflamed but first treatment done 💪🏽 give it a few weeks to start seeing results 🔥 #RemoveBarsTats 😭 thanks @_egobeauty for doing this! See y’all in a few weeks for the laser removal and all the other wellness things we are about to do ✊🏽❤️”

The tattoos “NORM” and “YR474” are tributes to friends of Bar’s who passed away. “YR” standing for a rapper who performed under the name Young Rell, according to a report by Starcasm. His real name was Terrell Blay, a 26-year-old who was shot and killed in San Francisco.

‘Teen Mom 2’ fans may remember when Bar got the tattoos as the experience was captured for the show. How could we forget Bar getting a couple of face tattoos with his young daughter Holly sitting on his lap?

When they took my brothers that sh*t was hard for me ??,” Bar captioned a now deleted video of himself getting the tattoos. “I wish I could’ve been there it would’ve went different and both y’all know that ? I’ll carry this pain forever, and forever promise it’s up with me ??? #YR474 #NORM

Bar got the tats during a time in which he and Ashley were not seeing each other and when she found out about the tattoos being on his forehead she was not pleased. Between Ashley’s disapproval and ‘Teen Mom 2′ fans teasing him about having extra eyebrows… Bar finally decided that they need to go.

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