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The Project’s right wing pundit Steve Price reveals his shocking tattoo as he stands up for Post Malone after the rapper was kicked out of a Perth bar for his face ink

Steve Price surprised his Project co-stars on Monday when he revealed he sided with Post Malone, after the rapper was kicked out of a Perth bar on the weekend. 

The panel were discussing the American star being refused entry to QT Hotel’s ritzy rooftop because of his face tattoos when Steve, 68, stood up for Malone, before revealing he too had ink.   

‘I’m not sure who Mr Post is. [But] what happens next? You get a bad haircut and can’t come in or a shirt with the wrong colour?’ he said.

Steve Price (pictured) surprised his Project co-stars on Monday when he revealed he sided with Post Malone, after the rapper was kicked out of a Perth bar on the weekend

Steve Price (pictured) surprised his Project co-stars on Monday when he revealed he sided with Post Malone, after the rapper was kicked out of a Perth bar on the weekend

‘I’m surprised you’re on his side,’ Steve’s co-star quipped, to which he replied, ‘I’m on Mr Post’s side. I might get a face tattoo.’

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Steve then revealed he was one of the one in four Australians who have a tattoo.  

‘I have Dane Swan’s initials underneath my arm here. Don’t ask me why. It’s a long story,’ he explained. 

The panel were discussing the American star (pictured) being refused entry to QT Hotel's ritzy rooftop bar because of his face tattoos when Steve, 68, stood up for Malone, before revealing that he too had ink

The panel were discussing the American star (pictured) being refused entry to QT Hotel’s ritzy rooftop bar because of his face tattoos when Steve, 68, stood up for Malone, before revealing that he too had ink

'I'm on Mr Post's side. I might get a face tattoo,' Steve said, before revealing he was one of the one in four Australians who have a tattoo. 'I have Dane Swan's initials underneath my arm here. Don't ask me why. It's a long story,' he explained

‘I’m on Mr Post’s side. I might get a face tattoo,’ Steve said, before revealing he was one of the one in four Australians who have a tattoo. ‘I have Dane Swan’s initials underneath my arm here. Don’t ask me why. It’s a long story,’ he explained

Back in 2017,  Steve got a a tattoo of I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! cast mate Dane Swan’s initials on his bicep. 

The former Collingwood legend shared a video of his co-star screaming and cursing his way through the fulfillment of a promise he’d made on the show. 

The hilarious footage showed the longtime tattoo detractor laying on a chair at Melbourne’s popular Renegade Art Society. 

Back in 2017, Steve got a a tattoo of I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! cast mate Dane Swan's initials on his bicep

 Back in 2017, Steve got a a tattoo of I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! cast mate Dane Swan’s initials on his bicep

The former Collingwood legend (pictured) shared a video of his co-star screaming and cursing his way through the fulfillment of a promise he'd made on the show

 The former Collingwood legend (pictured) shared a video of his co-star screaming and cursing his way through the fulfillment of a promise he’d made on the show

Behind the camera was the man who would soon be the first (and presumably the last) person to get the honour of watching The Project presenter get permanently inked.

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Mustachioed tattoo artist Pedro Six – who also did many of Dane’s tattoos – slowly brought the whirring needle to the reality star’s skin, laughing along with the AFL legend as the shock-jock winced immediately upon impact.

The artist and business partner of Dane revealed that the AFL legend himself had designed the tattoo with blue marker. 

The idea to get inked arose during a challenge on the reality show when the topic of conversation turned to Dane’s tattoos. 

The hilarious footage showed the longtime tattoo detractor laying on a chair at Melbourne's popular Renegade Art Society

 The hilarious footage showed the longtime tattoo detractor laying on a chair at Melbourne’s popular Renegade Art Society



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