Jey Uso is an American professional wrestler who is a member of the renowned ‘Anoaʻi family’ of Samoan culture. He has got several tattoos on his body, mostly dedicated to his Samoan heritage. Let’s have a look!
1. ‘Samoan Tribal Art’ Tattoo
Tattoo: ‘Samoan Tribal Art’ tattoo on his arms.
Meaning: Since Jey is a member of the Anoaʻi family of Samoan culture, so in August 2013, he got his sleeves covered with the ‘Samoan Tribal Art’ tattoo which has a great significance in the Samoan family. Such tattoos are the symbols of justice, strength, power, authority, and a true competitor. These tattoos are of utmost importance for family, relationships, and culture.
In February 2021, he got his sleeves modified by the tattoo artist, Michael Fatutoa, by adding more designs to his existing ‘Samoan Tribal Art’ tattoo. On February 6, 2021, he uploaded various videos of his tattoo modification on his Instagram account.
2. ‘Samoa’ Tattoo
Tattoo: ‘Samoa’ tattoo on his right arm.
Meaning: On February 21, 2021, Jey got the tattoo ‘Samoa’ inked on his arm by the tattoo artist, Michael Fatutoa.
3. Tribal Art Tattoo
Tattoo: ‘Tribal Art’ tattoo on his left elbow.
Meaning: Jey got the space of his elbow covered with the ‘Tribal Art’ tattoo, inked by the tattoo artist, Michael Fatutoa, on February 20, 2021.
4. ‘Tribal Art’ tattoo on his right leg
5. ‘Tribal’ tattoo on his shoulders and back
6. ‘Tribal Cross’ Tattoo
Tattoo: ‘Tribal Cross’ tattoo on his right arm.
Meaning: Tribal Cross tattoos are the symbols of eternal faith, culture, Heritage, protection, power, and strength.
7. Tattoo on his left pec
Meaning: This tattoo is now covered with the ‘Tribal Art’ tattoo.