'Don't you have enough yet?': Justin Bieber's mom reacts to 'Peaches' singer's new neck tattoo
Justin Bieber's mom has some thoughts about the "Peaches" singer'slatest addition to his tattoo collection.
Bieber captioned the photo with a peach and pencil emoji, tagging his tattoo artist Doctor Woo.
While most Instagram commenters praised the 27-year-old for the new ink – his mom, Pattie Mallette, wasn't as congratulatory. "Don't you have enough yet?" she wrote in a comment, adding a weary emoji.
During an interview on Sirius XM Hits 1, the "Lonely" singer teased that he would get the body art, "like a small peach on my body somewhere."
"I promised myself I didn't want to get tattoos on my hands," Bieber added. "Something about just being able to wear a suit and not having tattoos on my hands, I don't know."
Most recently, Bieber's 16-track album, "Justice" caused some controversy on social media.
After its release, Twitter users criticized the album's title as well as some of the tracks featuring clips of Martin Luther King Jr.'s speeches. In "2 Much," the singer starts the first song on the album with a clip of King saying, "injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere" before singing about his love for his wife Hailey Bieber.
In response, Twitter users criticized Bieber for using the King soundbites on an album mostly about marriage and love. One user tweeted, "justin bieber using mlk speeches about justice ... to sing about his white wife?"
However, King's daughter Bernice King shared her support for the singer's new project.
"Thank you, @justinbieber, for your support, in honor of #Justice, of @TheKingCenter's work and of our #BeLove campaign," King tweeted ahead of the album's release.