On Thursday (Dec. 28), journalist Ryan Leuteritz shared a snippet from his interview with Lil Uzi Vert for LA Weekly. In the short clip, the Philadelphia rhymer was asked what their favorite tattoo was, to which they provided a surprising response.

“None of them. I’m trying to get them removed. All of them,” they stated. “I wanna go corporate.”

In a 2017 feature with The FADER, Uzi revealed how they received their first tattoo after being kicked out of their mother’s house. They explained how they began collecting body art in order to be intentionally unemployable.

“I had a job for f**king four days. I couldn’t do it. I’m not normal. I was in there just thinking, ‘Why am I doing this?’” they expressed. “It was like, if I get this face tattoo, I got to focus. I can’t go in nobody’s office with a suit on with this s**t on my face. I got to focus on what I want to do.”

Back in June, Uzi liberated their third studio LP, Pink Tape, a 26-song body of work with additional features from Travis Scott, Nicki Minaj, Snow Strippers, Bring Me The Horizon, Don Toliver and BABYMETAL. The album, which boasted a blend of Hip Hop and alternative genres, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 167,000 album-equivalent units, making it the first rap offering to top said chart in 2023. Since then, they dropped off the singles “NFL” and “Red Moon” and contributed to tracks like DJ Khaled’s “SUPPOSED TO BE LOVED,” Mike WiLL Made-It’s “Blood Moon” and Nicki Minaj’s “Everybody.”

As REVOLT previously reported, Uzi announced that their forthcoming body of work, Luv Is Rage 3, will likely be their last. “I don’t really want to make music,” they admittedly, before adding, “I want to make music. I love making music, but I don’t really want to make music like that no more.” They also said that they’re looking to create women’s clothes.