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Rihanna 'considering Drake tattoo' 

added: 10 Apr 2014 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk 

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Rihanna is supposedly considering getting her boyfriend Drake tattooed on her body.

The Diamonds singer is known for her love of body art, and most of her inkings symbolise something or someone special.

The musical couple have only rekindled their romance in recent weeks, but if Drake proves himself to the 26-year-old, his image could be the next thing inked on her skin.

'He would have to be her man, like her guy, and it would take time for her to feel like she's the only one he loves, the only one he thinks and dreams about,' a source told Hollywood Life. 'She would do that [get him tattooed on herself] but in due time.'

The Barbadian singer reportedly has 21 inkings adorning her body.

One of her biggest pieces of art is of a large Goddess Isis which is tattooed under her chest in her grandmother Clara 'Dolly' Braithwaite's memory after she died in 2012.

'Her body means everything to her and every last one of the tattoos on her body symbolises something or someone,' the source explained.

'Her grandmother was her world and she got tatted under her chest symbolising her idol. If she ever put [Drake's] name on her body, that would mean that he had her heart - and that doesn't come easy, but. Drake's well on his way!'

Rihanna has spoken previously about her love of tattoos.

She revealed she enjoys the whole process and it's one of her favourite pastimes.

'I like hanging out in tattoo shops," she told Atlanta Peach magazine back in 2007.

"I am so intrigued by tattoos. It's an entire culture, and I study it. Sometimes I go with friends, or just by myself. I get bum-rushed, but I don't care. I don't take security."

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