Jhene Aiko’s Tattoos

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Jhené Aiko Efuru Chilombo is a US-American singer from Los Angeles. Aiko started her musician career in 2002 contributing vocals to several B2K releases and “The Master of Disguise” soundtrack. In 2011, she released her first mixtape “Sailing Soul(s)” and in 2014 she finished the work on her debut studio album “Souled Out”. Aiko’s second studio album “Trip” was released in 2017. Moreover, Aiko took a part on the collaboration album “Twenty88” with Big Sean as Twenty88 in 2016. In 2014, her song “The worst” won the Centric Award. Aiko is also well known for her singles such as “3:16AM”, “Bed Peace” and “Beware”.

Aiko is a big fan of tattoos and she has a huge amount of tattoos on her body. There are two tattoos on her shoulders. It’s the wheel of Dharma (Dharma Chakra), which represents Buddhism and Gautama Buddha’s teachings and his walking of the path to Enlightenment. On the other side you’ll find the red inscription “Miyagi Hasani Ayo Chilombo”, which it the name of her deceased brother.

She tattooed a fish symbols on her right wrist.

There is a huge and colorful dragon tattoo on her back.

Furthermore, she has an Egyptian scarab tattoo.

And here are some old tattoos of Aiko. As we can see she covered up her Big Sean tattoo as well as her Buddha and red sun tattoo on her back.