Deciphering Messi’s Enigmatic Tattoos: Discovering the True Meaning, Including the Recently Concealed Ones
What’s Tatt, Leo?
Check out the size of Leo’s body art, from the new all-black tattoo on his left thigh to the face of his mother on his back.
LIONEL MESSI flaunted a new all-black tattoo drig Argetia traiig o his left leg.
The Barceloa star, 29, has had his left shin and calf nearly entirely covered in dark ink – save from the No10 – his shirt mber – and a football.
Lioel Messi flaunts his new leg tattoos drig Argentina
But what does that mean, in conjunction with the rest of Messi’s ink-work? We examine you from head to toe…
Messi has been working on a full sleeve for his right arm for some time now.
In honor of his religious roots, he has a tattoo of Jesus (1) on his triceps, as well as a Sagrada Familia-inspired ikig.
The Roma Catholic Church in Barcelona is prominently displayed on the arm, beside a closed lot’s flower (2), a rose widow of the bildig (3), and a blossoming, open lot’s (5).
Lioel Messi has been developing an arm sleeve for some time now.Photographer: Instagram
According to his tattoo artist Roberto Lopez, “the lotus symbolizes that talet can grow anywhere, even when forces are preventing it.”
“The rose widow of the famous Barcelona church Sagrada Familia demonstrates his love for the city.”
MESSI’s leg had previously been decorated with a sword with wigs (8), flower patters (9) and had-prits (7), the same as his eldest son, Thiago, and the No10 (6).
But, in a strange twist, they are all now covered in black, with the weapo covered but the baby’s hads still visible.
…Also, how does Lioel Messi’s left leg artwork look after his next inkig?
The purpose for the ew ikig is not yet obvious, but possibly he just wanted to ‘get rid of’ a few of the old oes.
Perhaps he believed the addition of a sword was in bad taste to be brigig p two yogsters since Mateo’s birth last year…
On the back of his left shoulder, Lioel Messi has a tattoo of his mother, Celia.
Messi’s first tattoo was a headshot of his mother on the back of his left shoulder.
Respecting his mother, Celia, the ikig is an obvious loveig gesture.
When the Argetiia ace left Soth America to join Barceloa’s yoth raks, he did so with his dad by his side, leaving his mother – and the rest of his family – behind.
Perhaps the artwork was a way for him to keep his mm ear, despite the thousands of miles that separated them.