But that's not even the wildest part. Apparently, his tattoo artist, Herchell Carrasco, told British GQ that Carter "originally wanted the tattoo to be placed in the centre of his face" — though "Carrasco managed to convince him that a placement by the hairline would be a slightly more subtle approach."
That said, to quash any doubts, Carter eventually responded to people hating on the tattoo by tweeting that while it was "inspired" by Rih, it was "not meant to look like her." So at least that's settled. See his response for yourself, below.