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Mark Wahlberg Offers Advice To Post Malone Over His Tattoos

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This past Thursday, Mark Wahlberg offered advice for his friend, colleague and co-star Post Malone. The two are starring in Netflix’s Spenser Confidential and have also developed a good acquaintance it seems. Malone is quite famous for his face art, where he displays and pursues tattoos for his face. However, the Transformers star Wahlberg has cautioned him about the future that lies ahead. According to him, it is going to be painful. A lot painful when he is going to get tired of them.

What Did Wahlberg Tell Post Malone?

Mark Wahlberg tells Post Malone that it is easier to put tattoos on than take them off. He has experienced this first hand since at one point he carried several of them. E! Online tells that Wahlberg used to have several ink-arts on his toned physique but eventually decided to get rid of them all. There was also a picture of Bob Marley with the words “One Love”.

Here is what Wahlberg tells Malone:

“I told him, eventually he’s gonna want to remove his and it’s gonna be painful. It’s more painful taking them off. I’ve taken all mine off already.”

The Ted star is taking on the role of an ex-cop who teams up with another to solve a string of murders within his former police department. Fans would especially love to see the movie, considering how most of his movies are entertaining. Mark Wahlberg had a few words to say about the movie as well.

“It’s a great balance of humor, heart, emotion. The stakes are there. But it’s just a ton of fun and I think audiences are really gonna enjoy it. And I think, you know, I’m not a big sequel guy, but this is a character that I would love to go back and revisit if audiences wanted.”

Spenser Confidential will launch on Netflix streaming service on March 6, 2020.

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