The “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star recently decided to get his wife’s face tattooed on his abdomen. He hopped onto his Instagram Story on the evening of Wednesday, Aug. 19, and showed a tattoo artist carving a massive portrait of Evans on his stomach. The image was from the “Soon As I Get Home” singer’s 1998 album “Keep The Faith” — which Stevie J. worked on.
The “Hitman” shook social media users and sparked a wave of reactions with the new tattoo.
“Stevie done f–ked up!” one fan wrote, clowning Stevie J. “This gotta be the dumbest n–ga ever! 😂”
A second person added, “If ‘evry night I gotta fight to prove my love’ was a person🤷🏾♀️😂.”
“He sitting there knowing he just made the dumbest mistake of his life😂,” someone else said.
One IG user joked, “That WAP must be tasting like unicorn tears to be having him tattoo her whole face on his belly 😂.”
Stevie’s tattoo of Evans comes months after she was arrested in May for allegedly attacking him.
Reportedly, officers said Stevie J. had “visible marks and scratches” on his face and the “I’ll Be Missing You” artist was booked for domestic violence. She was released on the same unspecified day, TMZ reported.
Stevie J. and Evans’ domestic dispute followed a year after trouble-in-paradise rumors surrounded their marriage when they unfollowed each other on social media. The pair denied the allegations, and Evans told TMZ in July 2019, “You can’t believe everything that you hear.”
The twosome shocked the public when they secretly wed in July 2018. They reportedly said their “I dos” in a Las Vegas hotel room, surrounded by family and friends after applying for their marriage license there in Nevada.
“I love you Faith Renee Jordan,” Stevie later wrote on Twitter after their wedding. Evans replied back, “I love you back Steven Aaron Jordan,” using his full name.