Anyone who regrets having a Kanye West tattoo on their body can contact a tattoo removal studio in London.
The Naama Studios team is offering to remove such tattoos for free after the rapper's repeated hate speech and anti-Semitic remarks in recent weeks.
Among other things, the musician, who now calls himself Ye, posted a picture of a Star of David intertwined with a swastika on Twitter.
As a result, his account was blocked.
On Instagram, Naama Studios posted a video showing the removal of a Kanye West tattoo.
It reads: "If you have a tattoo inspired by someone you admire - and that person is making the headlines for the wrong reasons...at NAAMA we offer encouraging, compassionate, high-tech tattoo removal on.
If you want a change, we are here for you.”
Not everyone who has such a tattoo and finds it annoying can afford to have it removed, the company is quoted as saying in the Washington Post.
Normally, lasering a tattoo costs up to 2,000 pounds, the equivalent of more than 2,300 euros.
The studio told the newspaper that several people had come forward to have a Ye tattoo removed in the past few weeks.
Ye is an artist known far beyond the USA.
There are hundreds of posts on Instagram under the hashtag #Kanyetattoo.
Featuring lyrics, album art, quotes and portraits of the rapper etched into fan body parts.