Justin Bieber 2012: “Baby” Singer Unveils New Jesus Tattoo (Pictures)

After rocking New York City’s Times Square at “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest 2012” on the last day of 2011 with a surprisingly great “Let It Be” duet with Carlos Santana, Baby singer Justin Bieber continuously made the headline on 5 January 2012 as being spotted with a new Jesus tattoo on his left calf on the beach in Los Angeles. The art is not Justin Bieber’s first foray into tattoos because Selena Gomez’s boyfriend also has Jesus’ name written in Hebrew on his rib cage and a bird tattoo on his left hip, which matches one of his father’s tattoos but Justin Bieber’s new tattoo is certainly a more visible ode to his religion. During his vacation at Venice Beach outing in Orange County, California, the 17-year-old pop sensation was joined by his father Jeremy, who is also a tattoo enthusiast. Both went shirtless as they lapped up the sunshine, played sports and exercised.

Pop star Justin Bieber unveiled his new tattoo on his calf as spending some quality time with his lookalike father, Jeremy Bieber, at Venice Beach on January 5, 2012

Fans first noticed Justin Bieber’s Jesus tattoo back in December, when he was wearing shorts

But this is the first real clear picture we’ve seen of Justin Bieber’s latest ink

The popular singer showed off his new ink and tank that read “Endless Summer” while he played on the beach with his dad, Jeremy Bieber

Justin Bieber who wore a pair of black swim trunks has a new tattoo of Jesus himself to kick off 2012

Justin Bieber’s latest inking is said to be based on the image of Jesus called Ecce Homo dating back to 1610 by artist Rubens


After a rare break in his usual travel-intensive schedule on the beach, the 17-year-old Canadian sensation made their way into Shakey’s Pizza Parlor to grab lunch in California

Once again, Justin sported his new tattoo on the back of his left calf: A gigantic Jesus face is now rolling its eyes towards the heavens on the back of his relatively hairless…

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