Since the Sun broke the news that England footballer Raheem Sterling is sporting a tattoo of an M16 assault rifle on his right calf, numerous anti-gun campaigners have criticised Mr Sterling, a role model to millions of British youth, for glamorising gang violence.
The story regarding the tattoo is the latest in a long list of increasingly sinister tabloid media attacks on the England worldwide, with the newspaper in question calling for Sterling to be dropped from the England squad.
"He's at one of the biggest clubs in the world, one that has just won the Premier League, and is now heading to play for his country in the World Cup".
In a post on Instagram, Sterling said "when I was 2 my father died from being gunned down to death".
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"I don't know why the people treat him like that, " the 33-year-old said. It doesn't sit right with me at all.
However, while reporting on this Sky Sports misquoted the line in a graphic on their news show, adding the word "again". "I shoot with my right foot, but the tattoo has a deeper meaning (and it's not finished yet)".
"If I was Raheem Sterling, I would take the response to the gun tattoo on the chin and go and get it removed as soon as possible", stated Ince. "We apologise for this error and any distress it has caused Raheem and his family", Sky Sports wrote, according to The Independent.