Hip-hop star M.I.A. is asking her Twitter fans to decide whether she should get a tattoo - she has vowed to ink a new piece of body art if she can gather 200,000 followers on the social-networking site.
The rapper was delighted when a female fan sent in a picture of herself displaying her fingers, which are inked with the words 'Born Free' - the title of M.I.A.'s 2010 song.
M.I.A. liked the tattoo so much, she has promised to get the same one done if she can pull in 200,000 Twitter followers.
In a post on the website, she writes, "Once we get 200,000 strong I'll get this tattoo!"
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