(upbeat dramatic techno music) – Is that (beep) me? (extra fast techno music) What was the point of this? – [Narrator] On this episode
of How Far is Tattoo Far? Cousins Lexie and Leicina prepare to air out some dirty laundry. – So why did y’all come here today? (dramatic techno music) – Ooh hands hit their
hair at the same spot– – Both of them did, yeah. – [Host] Give it to us. – So recently, she like was
in a serious relationship, and she, like moved in with her boyfriend, and they were always together. – Are you still with him?
– No, he broke up with me.
– He broke up with you? Okay, okay. – That’s all I’m gonna say. – [Narrator] Leicina, come on! Sure you got nothin’ else to add? – Her boyfriend ended up telling me that the reason why they broke up was because she use to use to sweat a lot. So I’m here to give my cousin a reminder that if she’s going to find a boyfriend, she needs to put some deo,
to get rid of that BO. – [Narrator] Whoa! Okay, so Leicina has some inside info. Lexie, let’s hear your issues. – [Host] Lexie, you got
any issues with her? (dramatic techno music) – She’s messy.
– [Host] Messy? – Like lives or of her car type mess. – We’ve all been there. – Like I’m a little messy, but you know. – A big mess. – Oh! – [Narrator] All right,
and intentions, ladies? – What’s your intension with this tattoo? – I’m basically here to let her know that she needs to get her (beep) together. (hosts gasp) With this tattoo, I’m
gonna teach my cousin that she’s a grown woman and she just needs to get it together. – And you? – I came here to help
her clean up her act. – [Hosts] Oh! – [Narrator] Got it, now enough talking, more tattooing; it’s time! (explosive techno music) (Lexie laughs) – You are a (beep)cousin. – She’s gonna freak the (beep) out! (pounding techno music) (Leicina moans) – Ooh, that hurts. (upbeat techno music) – So this hurts like bitch. What could be two parts in my arm pit? (upbeat techno music) – [Narrator] Okay, let’s see how bad these cousins
let each other have it. – Lexie, what’s the worse thing you think it could be? – Something to do with an ex. (upbeat hip-hop music) – It does have to do something with why your ex broke up with you. – Ooh! – Bitch, what? (host gasps loudly) (upbeat hip-hop music) Are you dead ass? (upbeat hip-hop music) (Leicina laughs)
– Like , what is that? – [Leicina] It’s a
skunk, with its ass out, spraying its odor, saying Sweaty Lexie. – Leicina, like really? – This is a permanent reminder of why your ex broke up with you. – Is the reason that your
boyfriend broke up with you? – Not that I know of. – Honey! – Honey, that’s why I asked him. (dramatic techno music) He said, “Who wants to have sex with someone whose arm pits sweat?” Just know, I did this out of love. – Really? – It’s just a constant
reminder to, you know, clean it up sometimes. – Yeah, yeah, it’s a constant reminder that he broke up with me. – We’ll see what yours is
a constant reminder of. Honestly, yeah! – [Host] Let’s switch her up. (upbeat hip-hop music) – Okay. – I think the only reason why lexie’s acting a little smooth and cool is because she knows how
much worse your tattoo is. (Lexi laughs) – Like, I’m so (beep) scared. I’m bout to (beep) bricks. (hosts laugh) (Lexie laughs)
– Oh my God! – Leicina?
– Yes. – Are you ready to see what on your leg for the rest of your life?
– Yeah. (dramatic techno music) – Is that (beep) me? (upbeat techno music) What the (beep), like what
was the point of this? – So, remember the time
we all went to the beach? And you (beep) your pants? I mean it’s a toxic waste dump. – Are you (beep) kidding me? – That happened one time! I was 10! What the (beep), Lexie? – Why would you put this on her leg? – Because she needs to
get her (beep) together. Not just the beach incident. It’s just, her work, it’s
her life, it’s her memories. – It’s diarrhea saying toxic waste! From an accident that
happened, like 10 years ago. – Serious question: How
are we leaving here today? (dramatic techno music) – I think it’s kinda funny. (Lexie laughs) – Oh yeah! – It is kinda funny. – I guess we both (bee) up.
– Yeah. I’m sorry. We’re blood, we’re family. We both have tattoos, so now we both have a great story to tell. – Sorry! At the end of the day,
she’s family and I love her. But I’ll take a sweaty arm pit over having a (beep) on the back of my leg any day! I’m sweating now. – Oh, you’re annoying.