Famous tattoo artist and former reality star Kat Von D stated Monday that she questioned “everything” after realizing the biased media portrayal of COVID-19 lockdowns and Black Lives Matter (BLM) riots.
Von D, 41, appeared on “Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey” to discuss that she “credits” her husband for helping change her mind on opinions of politics and cultural issues. The reality star noted that she was never a “politically charged person,” however, she did follow the social narratives popular in Los Angeles, where she formerly owned and operated the tattoo shop featured on “LA Ink.”
“It was funny enough. I kind of blamed my husband or give him the credit. It was during like, right before, right when the lockdowns happened — I came downstairs and he just said, ‘Hey, babe, I think we got it wrong. You know, I think we got a lot of things wrong.’ And I was like, ‘no, no,’” Von D stated.
“I was never like a politically charged person I would say, like, ignorant political things just out of like, you know — because I don’t watch TV … I mean, I would see, like, whatever my friends would post or things like that, but I was never like, I couldn’t tell you who’s in office or anything like that, you know, at the time.”
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