After successfully getting the point across to Tesco with a protest tattoo, DJ Vibe says farewell to this one and gets a cover-up tattoo.
Aden Brown, more known as DJ Vibe from Trowbridge, who is tattooed from his neck down to his waist surely knows how to get himself on the spotlight.
This time he went to the E4 show Tattoo Fixers to get his trolley tattoo covered with a cool design – a motor crossed-inspired art. Tattoo Fixers is a British reality television documentary that follows three tattoo artists who use their skills to improve or cover up disaster tattoos.
Wonder why he is covering the tattoo? As he had said in previous interviews, 'I love my life. I'm always doing random things.'
Last year, Aden became a viral sensation for posting his photos on Facebook featuring his 'borrowed' trolley from Tesco with his groceries to protest the 5p plastic bag tax imposed to consumers when they shop.
To call more attention to the issue, he agreed to his aunt who owns a tattoo shop to get a trolley inked on his upper thigh with a quote with it so people can understand what it was for.
We're sure DJ Vibe knew he had hit the bullseye and delivered his message. It was time now to put a poorly-rendered tattoo to rest – as sensational as it was done. He has by the way already returned the trolley to the rightful owner.
Now it's time to say bye-bye to his major supermarket corporation-defying tattoo as he calls up the guys of Tattoo Fixers for help. Catch him on E4's Tattoo Fixers!