Moet Abebe Gets Her 14th Tattoo, Shares The Story Behind The New Tattoos

Moet Abebe

The history of tattoos dates back to the ancient Egyptian culture and since its inception, tattoo inks have become a form of identification for several individuals. Although these body inks vary in categories, most tattoos are usually symbolic, pictorial or even both.

Well, for popular Nigeria media personality – Moet Abebe, it appears that her new set of tattoos are symbols with proverbial meanings. Sharing a series of posts on her Instagram page, the self-acclaimed “radio goddess” wrote;

Yes!!! I’m on 14 ❤️… So here’s the backstory of my two new tatts.

Always loved Adinkra symbols from 🇬🇭.. They are so traditional and represent very important parts and lessons of life in what many would call proverbs.

So I got done 1st The Adinkra Symbol of Supremacy (Gye Nyame)… God is truely all knowing, always present and will always be revered and worshipped by me.

Then I got The Adinkra Symbol of Beauty (Duafe – wooden comb). So traditional and symbolic.

Now this for me symbolizes how I must always feel beautiful in my own skin. This has been a slight struggle but I’m in a much beautiful space now where I’m proud of all my flaws and consider myself A BEAUTIFUL AFRICAN WOMAN.

@fresh2defcustomsandtattoos Thankyou!!!! Omg!!! You really are the best.. Thanks for gifting me my 2 new tatts for my birthday ❤️…

you truely are amazing and the best tatt artist that has ever worked on me!! Thanks again ❤️ #moetabebe#radiogoddess👑

 

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Yes!!! I’m on 14 ❤️… So here’s the backstory of my two new tatts . . Always loved Adinkra symbols from 🇬🇭.. They are so traditional and represent very important parts and lessons of life in what many would call proverbs. So I got done 1st The Adinkra Symbol of Supremacy (Gye Nyame)… God is truely all knowing, always present and will always be revered and worshipped by me. . . Then I got The Adinkra Symbol of Beauty (Duafe – wooden comb). So traditional and symbolic. Now this for me symbolizes how I must always feel beautiful in my own skin. This has been a slight struggle but I’m in a much beautiful space now where I’m proud of all my flaws and consider myself A BEAUTIFUL AFRICAN WOMAN. . . @fresh2defcustomsandtattoos Thankyou!!!! Omg!!! You really are the best.. Thanks for gifting me my 2 new tatts for my birthday ❤️… you truely are amazing and the best tatt artist that has ever worked on me!! Thanks again ❤️ #moetabebe #radiogoddess👑

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