Travis Barker Just Got A Song Title Tattooed On His Throat
By Katrina Nattress
August 10, 2020
Travis Barker just got a song titled tattooed on his throat, and no it's not "Quarantine." On Monday (August 10), the blink-182 drummer shared a video on Instagram of the painful new ink, which spells out "Don't Trust Anyone," the title of his 2019 collab with $UICIDEBOY$ and inspiration for his record label DTA.
"Almost outta room f**k it, DON’T TRUST ANYONE" he captioned the black and white clip.
The 44-year-old wasn't joking with that caption — he literally had to get the letters tattooed on top of old ink for the new piece to fit. Check out his post below.
Despite the country being on lockdown since March, Barker's had a pretty busy year. He's producing Machine Gun Kelly's upcoming pop punk album Ticket to My Downfall (and covering songs/going to protests with the rapper); helped Post Malone pull off an impressive Nirvana cover livestream; recorded a new EP with blink; dropped a new song with Run The Jewels; and has entertained us with insomnia-fueled drum sessions.
Could the new ink have something to do with his record label (the RTJ track was released on it)? We wouldn't be shocked if he had more surprises up his tattooed sleeves.