Broncos’ Shane Ray Just Got a Giant Back Tattoo with a Chief’s Logo (Pic)
In an effort to show some love for his hometown, Shane Ray, who currently plays for the Denver Broncos, got a giant back tattoo that pays homage to his hometown of Kansas City. In it are logos for the Chiefs, the Royals, and the MLS’s Sporting KC.
Yeah, the Chiefs are rivals of the Broncos, but I’ll leave it to the crotchety old fans and the media to turn this into a bigger deal than it really is, as pertains to the conflict of interest. Instead, I’d like to talk about how awful the tattoo is.
Check it out:
Shout out to @kattatgirl for killing my back piece. She took the idea I had for my city and finessed lol Everyone knows how I feel about being from Kansas City Mo and that’s real pride. As always I represent “The Town” for everyone that is salty because I take pride in the city that made me who I am today, you weren’t with me then and I won’t bother me if your not there now #56nightscrazy #Kc #5️⃣⬆️ #KatTat
Why is it so big? Do people really call KC, “The Town?” Are there poorly-drawn, featureless angels flying over every Missouri city or just KC? We’ll never know.
He’s a professional athlete. He had the money and the means to get a better tattoo than that. Oh, and an equally mispelled Twitter post suggsts that he might want to get a proof reader for his social media posts:
Listen people! I love the Broncos and I bleed orange and blue. Don’t let a representation of pride and art upset you. Let’s get this work
— Shane Ray (@X_RAYted56) March 15, 2016