Learn About Jayson Tatum’s Tattoo – Meaning Explained

Everyone or fans of Jayson Tatum know he has got a tattoo. On both of his upper thighs, Jayson has two large tattoos. In 2018, the former Duke basketball posted them on Instagram.

On the right, a nuclear explosion with the words “St. Louis ’til the world blows” appears. This one is a tribute to the All-hometown Star’s of St. Louis, Missouri, where he was born.

He chose another self-portrait on the left, this time as a father with his adorable young son in the artwork. While bearing his baby boy, the Celtics star is wearing his number 0 jersey.

In two decades, the young father undoubtedly expects that his son will follow in his footsteps and become a future NBA star. A large “98” with a star in the backdrop is one of the tattoos he has on his left knee. 

This is most likely his year of birth. He was born on March 3, 1998. On his other calf, he has motivational words “I JUST DIDNT QUIT” that seem to be a tribute to the late Nipsey Hussle.

In addition, he has got “Gods will” inked in at the back. For this tattoo, he was mocked as there was a typo of the missing apostrophe.

Know About Jayson Tatum Wife And Net Worth 2022

Jayson Tatum’s estimated net worth is $25 Million according to “Celebrity Net Worth.” His salary is around $33.7 million. He is best known for being an NBA All-Star with the Boston Celtics.

Jayson has a son named Deuce Tatum whose mother is Toriah Lachell. However, as per the report, Jason is dating Ella Mai since October 2020, during the NBA off-season. Only time will tell if Ella Mai becomes his wife of Tatum. So far there is no news. 

Jayson Tatum Whereabouts – Where Is He Now?

Jayson Tatum hails from St. Louis, Missouri, United States. His current team is Boston Celtics. Tatum became the first player in team history to be selected Player of the week in consecutive weeks on March 28, 2022.

According to Brian Robb of The Springfield Republican, Tatum’s knee is not on the injury report for the game against the Grizzlies in April 2022. He will return for the regular-season finale after a one-game playoff against the Bucks.