Chinese Netizens Slam Malaysian Woman For Being A "Bad Parent" Because Of Her Tattoos

Several netizens even went as far as asking who the father of her child is.

Cover image via Jing Ke Jie Pai/Weibo & @kinkiryusaki/Instagram

First of all, what do you think of tattoos?

A China-based Malaysian tattoo artist was recently criticised by Chinese netizens after photos of her went viral online

Kinki Ryusaki was spending time with her two-year-old daughter when popular Chinese photographer Jing Ke Jie Pai took her picture and posted it on Chinese social media website Weibo.

Her picture has since been heavily criticised by netizens because of her tattoos, with some even going as far as questioning who the father of her child is

Luckily, several netizens quickly stepped up to defend the Malaysian beauty

This is not the first time Kinki has received criticism for her tattoos, as this picture uploaded in late May received similar hate

Before you jump to any conclusions, know that Kinki is happily married to her husband and they run a popular tattoo parlour in China

According to Mothership, Kinki has since responded with the following comment: "If you have nothing better to do, listen to what other's say about you, it's more exciting than watching a horror movie."

"You will realise that even if you never did anything, you will also be playing many different roles and become the star of a show. I give you 100 points."

What are your thoughts on tattoos? Let us know in the comments below.

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