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Justin Bieber is one of Hollywood's most popular and tattooed pop stars. He rose up as a shaggy haired teen but has since adorned his body with tons (and we do means tons) of tattoos. Lately, it seems that Bieber has run out of room in the more traditional spots and is now moving into job stopper territory. Luckily for him, music embraces neck tattoos.

Many of Bieber's most recent tattoos have been on his neck, such as the single-needle rose and sparrow— both inked by Dr. Woo. Now, Bieber has added another tattoo to his neck and this time, it's an homage to one of his songs.

"Peaches" is Bieber's latest single and it was first spotted on a track list shown in his 2020 YouTube documentary, "Justin Bieber: Next Chapter." The song is a tribute to different parts of the United States, with Bieber singing "I got my peaches out in Georgia" at the start of the chorus. The song features Daniel Caesar and Giveon, who are both Grammy nominated (in the case of Caesar, winning) R&B performers.

Bieber's tattoo is a small black-and-grey peach on the side of his neck. The piece is located between fine-line sparrow, the script "forever" and the wings on the back of his neck. Dr. Woo crafted the piece over the weekend and Bieber's mother, Pattie Mallette gave her two cents on the piece, commenting, "Don’t you have enough yet?"

What do you think of Justin Bieber's new tattoo? Would you consider getting a neck tattoo? How do you feel about his new single? Let us know in the comments section on social media.