A tattoo removal studio in London is giving Kanye West tattoo removal away for free because he still openly supports antisemitism and praises Adolf Hitler.

In an Instagram post on November 15, NAAMA, a tattoo removal studio in London, said it would offer free removal. In October, West went on an anti-Semitic rant on social media and wore a “White Lives Matter” T-shirt, which made companies like Adidas and Balenciaga stop working with the rapper and designer. West had been moving toward the far right in public for years, like when he praised Donald Trump, was obsessed with Hitler for a long time and said in interviews that slavery was a “choice.”

In an email to CNN, Briony Garbett, the CEO of NAAMA, said that the Kanye West tattoo removal project has gotten “global attention and a great response.”

It seems there are a few former fans with tattoo regret,

he added.

Three people have already started removing their Kanye West tattoos with lasers, and 10 more have made appointments for consultations. According to NAAMA’s website, the process uses intense pulses of light to break up the tattoo ink, which is then cleared away by the immune system.

When you have a tattoo inspired by someone you admire and they start making headlines for all the wrong reasons, it’s not exactly something you want to wear on your sleeve that you are or were a fan,

said Garbett.

With that in mind, we wanted to come to the aid of those who are embarrassed about their Kanye West inspired tattoos and are offering complimentary treatment for all UK fans that want them removed.

Garbett says that a client of the studio who got a tattoo inspired by Kanye West was trolled on social media because of it.

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The Kanye West project grew out of the studio’s “Second Chances” project, which gives free laser tattoo removal to people who have gang tattoos, hate symbols, or other tattoos that remind them of bad things that happened in their lives.

We understand that tattoos can be triggering for some people and not everyone can afford to remove their tattoos,

said Garbett.

Depending on the size of the tattoo and how many treatments are needed, the treatment would usually cost around £2,000, or $2,456.

Even though businesses have stopped working with the disgraced musician, West has kept making anti-Semitic comments. West went on Alex Jones’s show on Tuesday, where he kept praising Hitler and spreading antisemitic conspiracy theories.