Stephen Baldwin Has A Hannah Montana Tattoo?

Stephen Baldwin Has A Hannah Montana Tattoo?

Well, he does. And while there's a valid reason for it, it's still pretty fucking weird.
We've all made promises before, maybe said some things just because it was just what someone wanted to hear- but, I'm going to go out on a limb and say that it usually doesn't end in a Hannah Montana tattoo.
But, that's what happened for the youngest Baldwin brother, Stephen. Given, he's a little bit of a nut- he's got this whole like, born-again-Christian-I-love-Jesus-do-you-feel-the-holy-spirit thing going on and has publicly said some pretty nutty things... so I have to say that I'm a little skeptical of his judgment already, Hannah Montana tattoo or not. But that's just me. Here's what happened.
A very different Miley Cyrus than the one we're used to today.
Apparently, sometime around 2007, Hannah Montana (aka Miley Cyrus) and the Baldwin baby met at the White House, subsequently becoming the most unlikely BFFs ever. Baldwin's daughters were big fans of the show at the time, and he thought it would be cool to make a guest appearance on the popular Disney series. You know, because of his kids. 
Well, 15 year old Miley was like- "LOL, okay, but you have to get a Hannah Montana tattoo first." 
She was probably kidding, right? But Baldwin wasn't. And he did it.
Wouldya just look at em?
That's right. He went out and got "H.M."- the fictional-but-not-really pop star's initials tattooed right on his shoulder for the world to see. And do you want to know the worst part? He showed Cyrus the tattoo, and how he had held up his end of the deal... and she still didn't get him on the show.
Marked by the sign of the beast.
"I got a small one of her initials and next time I saw her, I showed her and she nearly fell off her chair. It’s unfortunate, I’ve lived up to my part of the bargain but she’s not yet to give me a guest-star role on her show" A disappointed Baldwin said.
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Since it's not his only tattoo, Baldwin says he's not too concerned with the whole "H.M." debacle. 
"Hey, it's just one more." [...] "And I have a beverage company that produces an energy shot, a Red Bull-type drink, called Hit Me. So I can say that the HM stands for Hit Me. Hit me! I'm fueled on adrenaline with a chaser of the Holy Ghost! Yeeeeah!"
Well okay. Say whatever you gotta say to make yourself to feel better, Stephen. "Hit Me" it is.