Justin Bieber, His Dad and Their Matching Hebrew Tattoos

Both the teen popstar and his father have had 'Yeshua,' believed to be Jesus's Hebrew and Aramaic name, inked on the left side of their ribcage.

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A newly released photo has revealed that Justin Bieber's faith is not limited to his tradition pre-show utterance of the Shema – apparently the teen idol and his father went in for matching tattoos earlier this year of Jesus's name written in Hebrew on their torsos, the Daily Mail reported this week.

Both father, Jeremy Bieber, and son have "Yeshua", believed to be Jesus's Hebrew and Aramaic name, on the left side of their ribcage.

Justin Bieber and father with matching tattoos.Credit: Jeremy Bieber

Bieber first exposed his new ink on vacation with fellow teen star and girlfriend Selena Gomez in May.

He also has a tattoo of a seagull on his left hip, which he had done for his sixteenth birthday.

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