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Woman who got boyfriend’s name tattooed across her forehead reveals it was fake

Woman who got boyfriend’s name tattooed across her forehead reveals it was fake

She finally debunked the viral prank

Unless you've been living under a rock for the past week or so, you'll know that one woman has shocked the world over her pretty bold romantic gesture for her boyfriend.

Content creator, Ana Stanskovsky, went viral after appearing to get her boyfriend's name 'tattooed' slap-bang in the middle of her forehead.

Ana, however, has since come forward to reveal the whole thing was fake.

Now, while many of us clearly had our suspicions that the inking procedure was nothing more than a social media stunt - a few people did truly think it was real.

Ana took to her various online platforms and posted a series of videos on the tattooing process, with the first starting off with a huge 'Kevin' stencil plastered across her forehead.

A tattoo artist then appears to start inking Ana's skin as she scrunches her face and squirms about in apparent pain.

Once completed, the influencer then walks over to a mirror to check out the work to which she gushes with a big smile: "Oh my God! I love it!"

Influencer, Ana Stanskovsky, went viral after appearing to get her boyfriend's name 'tattooed' on her forehead.

The internet clearly wasn't as happy with the tat as Ana was hit with many telling her she would 'regret' her decision.

In a follow-up video, Ana responded to the backlash and opened up about her controversial choice in tattoo placement.

"Everyone was saying to me I will regret that and every time I'm looking in the mirror I'm just like... I'm in love," she said in a new video.

"I'm in love with the tattoo and I'm in love with my boyfriend and I think if you really love someone you just got to show it... you know, you just got to prove it."

She continued: "So I think if your girlfriend doesn't want a tattoo your name on her face, you just need to find yourself a new girlfriend because I don't think she loves you.

"This is the way you show your love."

Ana said she pulled the stunt to raise awareness over getting tattoos you may 'regret' one day.

Unsurprisingly, people still weren't convinced by the whole charade with one viewer commenting: "Surely this is a joke."

Ana, however, quickly shut the doubter down saying on her Instagram story: "For the people who don't believe me, this tattoo is real."

However, in a recent turn of events, Ana has decided to come clean about the prank and revealed that was far from the case.

Over the weekend, the influencer took to TikTok to tell her 634.1k followers: "I regret my tattoo."

"All I want to say is that I regret my tattoo... but not this one," she continued while motioning to the 'Kevin' design.

Ana went on: "Because this is not actually a real tattoo," while wiping off the forehead ink.

"And the reason why I tricked the whole internet is that I have a message to young people and all of the people who want to get covered in tattoos," she explained.

Carrying on the video, with a semi-rubbed off 'Kevin' on her forehead, Ana warned: "I want everyone to know that I regret my tattoos and you might regret yours when you get older.

"And as a person fully covered in tattoos, I feel like this is my responsibility to speak up, share my experience, and when people see me on social media the first thing they notice about me is my tattoos.

"So if I influence people, I want to influence people in the right way."

She went on to tell her fans that she first got tatted up a decade ago and was told by her mum and mates that she would end up regretting them but refused to take their advice.

"I didn't listen," she said, "maybe because they didn't have any tattoos.

"But, if there was a person covered in tattoos saying they regret their tattoos - I would have listened."

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@ana_stanskovsky

Topics: Sex and Relationships, Life, Real Life, Social media