Danielle Bregoli Tattoos

Danielle Bregoli got a tattoo on the back of her left forearm in August 2018 depicting the face of a cherub statue.

The cross on the forehead of the cherub is a symbol of allegiance to God, inspired by several passages of the Christian Bible. When God wants to destroy the city of Judah in Ezekiel 9:4, God says to put a cross on the forehead of people who are saddened by the abominations committed there so that they will be spared. In Revelation 7:3 the angels put a seal on the foreheads of servants of God.

Statues of Christian figures never include a cross on the forehead, however there are many historical examples of vandalism by early Christians who carved crosses into ancient Greek and Roman statues to “Christianize” them.


The word “Loyalty” was Danielle Bregoli’s very first tattoo so we know that loyalty is something that means a lot to her.  That tattoo, which she got at only 12 years old, was handwritten on her foot and looked rather sloppy and childish.  So she decided to get it covered up with a nicer looking design.

She replaced it with a new “Loyalty” tattoo on her right forearm as part of a major tattoo session in August 2018.  This time she had the word written in a clean script font with a butterfly next to it.

In addition to serving as a reminder of her own loyalties, it’s also a tribute to XXXTentacion who had the word “Loyalty” tattooed on his chin.  Danielle was devastated by his June 2018 murder and has since gotten multiple tattoos dedicated to the fellow rapper, who was a friend of hers.


Danielle Bregoli paid tribute to XXXTentacion by getting this “Numb” tattoo on her right forearm which matches one that the late rapper had on his face.  XXXTentacion, whose real name was Jahseh Onfroy, was murdered on June 18, 2018 at only 20 years old.  Danielle knew him personally and was devastated by his sudden death.  In a long instagram post, she wrote:

Yesterday I lost one someone very important to me. x was not only a close friend but he was a inspiration. He gave me the best advice and was always there for me when I needed him. Even when we would argue or he would call me yelling and mad or disappointed because I did some dumb shit he would always say “Ight I love you mamas” before he hung up. The feeling of him being gone kills me. He would always be one call away. And I hate the thought that when I’m in the need to talk to him when I’m upset he won’t be here to tell me everything’s gonna be okay. Bc of that dumb Trippie and 69 shit unfortunately the last call I had with x ended with me saying “i don’t ever wanna talk to you again” and nothing is killing me right now more than that. And the crazy thing is Sunday night I had the urge to call him and I forgot. Then yesterday afternoon I plugged my phone in in the car and randomly “sad” came on then my phone buzzed i looked down and I had got the message saying he passed away. I didn’t know what to say and my mind couldn’t process it. I just couldn’t believe he was gone and I still can’t #ripxxxtentacion

She got her tribute tattoo only a few days later and shared it on Snapchat with the caption “I love you forever.”  Technically, her tattoo says “Nunb” since a cursive letter m should have three arches, but she did this on purpose in order to stay true to X’s original ink.  XXXTentacion’s version of the design, which was below his right eye, was written in a way that was in between cursive and print.  The letters were joined together but looked like print letters, and his m had a straight line stem rather than a leading arch.

Danielle also included the three black dots that X had just below his “Numb” tattoo — even though she already had her own three dots tattoo on her finger.   XXXTentacion’s dots represented the chapters of his life.  He had three above each eyebrow and three below his right eye for a total of nine chapters.

His “Numb” tattoo represented a period of his life where he couldn’t feel anything.  He poured his heart out into his music and shared his many emotions — including numbness.  He wrote a song called “NUMB” for his 2018 album ? and another track “Let’s Pretend We’re Numb.”

We’ve got to imagine that Danielle is feeling pretty numb herself regarding his death.  The shooting has made her question the displays of bravado and toughness in today’s the rap scene.  In a video recorded by TMZ, she says:

It needs to be a wake up call to all these […people] who want to act all tough and hard.  And then when people really get a hold of them — It’s not funny anymore.  We lost X because of this, because people want to act all big and bad. […] This is real life.  This is not a fucking video game.


Danielle Bregoli got the name “Josephine” tattooed on her ankle in honor of her great-grandmother Josephine Radford, who is her mom’s mom’s mom.  Great Grandma JoJo, as Danielle calls her, lives in Brooklyn New York. She made an appearance via webcam in one of Dani’s YouTube videos where she attempts to read some Bhad Bhabie lyrics, though at 96 years old she struggles a bit.


The number “1921” on the front of Danielle Bregoli’s right ankle goes along with the name “Josephine” behind it. It represents the birth year of her maternal great grandmother Josephine “JoJo” Radford, who was born on October 16, 1921. JoJo is still alive and well at 96 years old.

The placement of this tattoo and the gothic font of the letters are inspired by Rihanna’s “1988” tattoo, which represents the singer’s own birth year.


Danielle Bregoli got a trio of lily flowers on her right foot to cover up her old “Loyalty” tattoo.  While the sentiment of the original tattoo was nice, the execution was a bit sloppy.  She was way underage when she got the “Loyalty” tattoo at only 12 years old and it was probably not done by a professional.  She is still too young to be legally tattooed in her home state of Florida or in California where she now lives.  However Danielle and her mom have been travelling around the country for her Bhanned in the USA Tour and visiting states where she can get inked in a licensed tattoo parlor with her mom’s permission. The floral cover-up is a definite upgrade in quality.


Danielle Bregoli tattooed a cursive letter “F” on the inside of her right pointer finger in February 2018.  It matches the style of the letter “B” tattoo on her ring finger which she already had.

We’re not certain who or what the “F” represents, but we have a few ideas.

Our best guess is that it’s for her maternal grandfather Frank Bregoli.  We had previously thought the letter “B” was her mom Barbara Ann, but if the “F” is for grandpa Frank then then “B” would be for her grandma whose name is also Barbara.  Danielle is estranged from her dad but she is close with the relatives on her mom’s side of the family.

The letter “F” could also represent Danielle’s bodyguard Frank Dellatto who is constantly by her side.