John Wall added a massive owl tattoo to his torso
Someone call Washington Post columnist Jason Reid and tell him to get his laptop out, because John Wall got another tattoo.
Wall caused a controversy this summer when it was revealed that he got a bunch of tattoos on his chest despite previously saying he was remaining ink-free to keep his image clean. The addition of tattoos to his body led Reid to question whether Wall was mentally mature enough for the Washington Wizards to invest in him with a longterm contract (they did).
After starting with some big tattoos on his chest, Wall expanded on his ink throughout the summer. He got a “great wall” on his back, and now he added an owl to his right side. You can see the wall below:
Wall’s owl tattoo is a play on the nocturnal bird, as he has the message “no time for sleep” inscribed on the branch. The tat also says “Est. 1990,” which is the year Wall was born.