Prince Jackson needs to rethink his life choices.
The eldest son of the late Michael Jackson has seemingly committed the biggest tattoo blunder of all time, getting a poem that’s riddled with inaccuracies and typos permanently inked on his chest.
The 19-year-old debuted the questionable body art on his Instagram this week, showing off an armor design containing parts of Dylan Thomas‘ famous poem, “Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night.” However, his new tat read, “Do not go gentle in that good night.”
The line “Rage, rage against the dying of the light” was also tattooed underneath, though the word “against” appeared to be misspelled.
According to Jackson, the giant piece, which is located on his shoulder, bicep and parts of his chest, was done at Timeless Tattoo parlor in Hollywood. Also featuring a giant dragon’s head, the half-sleeve took more than 12 hours — spaced out over the course of two days — to complete.
Though Jackson documented the process on his Instagram, no one pointed out the mistakes during that time.