Julia Michaels has a feather tattoo on her right bicep which she got as a matching tattoo with three members of her family in December 2012. They chose the feather design to represent the saying “birds of a feather stick together.”
Adrianne Palicki has the names of her parents, “Jeff & Nancy”, inked on her right bicep.
Danielle Bregoli, the rebellious teen who coined the term “Cash Me Ousside, How Bow Dah?” during an appearance on the Dr Phil show, has a large flower tattoo on her right upper arm. The tattoo says “Family First,” which seems ironic considering that her disrespect for her mother is what landed her on TV in the first place.
She got the inking in March 2017 just before her 14th birthday. It’s shocking that any tattoo artist would do a tattoo so large on someone so young. In her home state of Florida, the legal minimum for all tattoos is 16 years old with parental consent and 18 without permission.
“So what I got a tattoo at 14, bitch I was wearing big earrings in 3rd grade, catch me ousside,” she tweeted.
Danielle responded to accusations that the tattoo is fake by posting a video in which she wipes at the tattoo with a wet paper towel to show that no ink comes off. It’s real. The tattoo looks decent at least, but we hope she doesn’t come to regret it.
The letters “MJAA” on Andrea Russett’s left hand represent the names of her family members: M for her father Mark, J for her mother Jacqui, A for her sister Anna, and another A for her brother Anthony.
“For the family,” She wrote on her instagram. “Every time I look at these I think of my parents and siblings and it makes me smile. The tattoos I get will always be for me. I don’t care if no one understands them or they don’t make sense to anyone else. Been a good day.”