Steph Curry gets Hebrew tattoo on wrist
Steph Curry got his second tattoo (that we know of) and posted a Vine video on Thursday of him getting it done.
The Golden State Warriors guard got some ink on his inner right wrist. The tattoo is a message written in Hebrew.
According to LBS translator Sweet Howie T., the basic translation of the tattoo is, “love never fails,” which is what Curry seems to be saying in one part of the Vine video he posted. Sweet Howie T. also points out that “Love never fails” is a quote from 1 Corinthians 13:8 in the New Testament, which was a passage also cited during the funny church scene in “Wedding Crashers.”
Though most people think Curry is ink-free, the sharpshooter actually has another tattoo. He has the initials “TCC” and the number 30 on the inside of his left wrist.
According to an old Charlotte Observer story, TCC stands for “Trust Commitment Care” – a team motto at Davidson, while 30 is Curry’s uniform number.
You can see his TCC 30 tattoo and Vine video below:
Photo via I Love Stephen Curry!/Tumbler