“It means we have to fight for love, More than anything it’s artistic.” says Jay Bothroyd when asked, but the controversy behind the tattoo remains. The player has since removed the picture from his Instagram account but to remove it from his body may be a different question all together and the QPR front man says he is ready to face the consequences.
The gun forming the letter “L”, the grenade is set to the “O”, the small knife is the “V” and the machine gun as the “E” with their handles and the trigger.
He will look “hard ‘n’ cool” in a shopping centre with his Nike air trainers, basketball shirt and tracksuit bottoms on, not forgetting his baseball cap worn at an “attitude angle”. But on reality it looks like a footballer who looks more like a gangsta wannabe.