David Lee Roth's Tattoo Meaning Explained
David Lee Roth's tattoos have always been an interesting subject for his fans. Now, fans want to know the real meaning behind his inked body.
David Lee Roth is shuttering Ink the Original, his skin-care line devoted to preserving and protecting tattoos: https://t.co/WkUDDpaOjw— UltimateClassicRock (@UltClassicRock) March 16, 2022
In 2019, the American musician opened Ink The Original to help men and women to protect their tattooed bodies. However, his skincare line has shut down coming into 2022.
However, the American artist hasn't revealed the reason behind this. If sources are to be believed, he made a total investment of almost $7 million in the skincare business. Some people believed that the pandemic made him shut down his business.
One of the most interesting facts about his tattoos is that he got the most of his body tattooed after being a senior citizen. His first tattoo, which he got almost 40 years ago, was of a seahorse in his ankle.
Between 2013 and 2014, Roth went to Tokyo, where he spent 300 hours getting a dragon tattoo that covers his back and parts of his arms, and kabuki faces on his chest in the traditional Munewari style. When asked about their meaning, he said that they are just signs.