Justin Bieber, Tattoo


"G" is for good deed!

We were starting to wonder if Justin Bieber was running out of real estate on his body for more tattoos, but if he plans on getting more of what he just got, then tat away.

Just a few days after blessing us with a photo of his bare behind, Bieber got a capital G tattooed on his forearm, but apparently not as an ode to his ex Selena Gomez.

This one is a dedication to Georgia, the daughter of Bieber's friends pastor Chad and Julia Veach, who at just a few months old was diagnosed with a serious brain condition known as lissencephaly.

"This is for the strongest couple i know Chad and Julia Veach!" Bieber posted on his Instagram. "Their daughter was born with Lissencephaly. She is incredible and has the sweetest soul. You guys make me better and I'm blessed to have you in my life #Georgia #gtat."

Bieber's gal-pal Hailey Baldwin also got body work done in dedication to Georgia, Instagramming a pic of her G tattoo a few weeks ago.

"G for Georgia #georgiaonmymind :) love you both @juliaveach @chad_veach" she wrote.

G for Georgia #georgiaonmymind :) love u both @juliaveach @chad_veach

A photo posted by Hailey Baldwin (@haileybaldwin) on

Chad had responded back on his instagram to Hailey's picture with, "so kind, so thoughtful… we love u @haileybaldwin #G #thankful."

In an interview with the Christian Post, Chad said it was a "punch in the stomach" when he heard the news of Georgia's condition from doctors adding, "I remember the neurologist telling us that there is no cure, surgery or solution for this disorder, but with so much innovative research, I had this notion that we could conquer this through faith and medicine."

Which makes all of us Georgia supporters.

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