Justin Bieber Dedicates His New Tattoo to a Girl With Rare Brain Disorder

The 21-year-old singer shows off his new tattoo on his arm and reveals that he dedicates it to his pal's daughter who suffers from a rare brain formation disorder, Lissencephaly.

AceShowbiz - Just days after posting a nude picture showing his bare backside, Justin Bieber showed off his latest tattoo in an Instagram picture posted on Thursday, July 9. The "Beauty and a Beat" singer revealed in a caption for the picture that his tattoo was dedicated to his pal's daughter suffering from Lissencephaly.

The picture showed Bieber's arm which is full of tattoos. However, among the tattoos, the letter "G" appeared to be freshly inked on his arm. He had the letter to honor his pastor pal Chad Veach's daughter who suffers from a rare brain formation disorder namely Lissencephaly. "This is for the strongest couple i know Chad and Julia Veach! Their daughter was born with Lissencephaly. She is incredible and has the sweetest soul. You guys make me better and I'm blessed to have you in my life #Georgia #gtat," so he captioned the picture.

In fact, the 21-year-old singer was not the first person who etched the letter on his body. Last month, pastor Veach posted a picture of Hailey Baldwin showing off letter "G" inked behind her ear to honor Georgia.

so kind, so thoughtful... we love u @haileybaldwin #G #thankful

Foto kiriman Chad Veach (@chad_veach) pada

Regarding how the idea of painting the letter came up, Veach told Christian Post, "A friend from New York came up with the idea... He designed it for Georgia and said every time we look at it, we'll pray for her and then it just kind of took off."

"Last week, I got two texts from people who got 'G tats,' bless their hearts. I don't know what the count is at but it's a lot of people. It's a pretty humbling thing when someone marks their body for your daughter," he continued. "We've seen people from actress Ashley Benson to Kevin Durant, MVP of the NBA get 'G tats.' It's an unbelievable act of kindness."

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