As a tattoo artist and shop owner, wouldn’t you daydream of passing the family business along? Well, for Brad Bellomo, it’s becoming a reality sooner than later, with his four-year-old daughter already tattooing. A 30-year-old father and tattoo artist, named Brad Bellomo, from Florida, was recently accused of child abuse for allowing his four-year-old daughter, Chloe, to tattoo him. Bellomo, the owner of Third Eye Tattoo Shop in Largo, Florida allowed Chloe to tattoo a small strawberry on the inside of this arm—and yes, with a real tattoo machine. He posted a photo on Facebook of his daughter tattooing him, along with the finished tattoo. The caption read, “Today was her first real tattoo! A little wobbly but she did great and it’s still cute… Keep in mind she just turned 4 end of August!” Though the picture originally got taken down after a user flagged it as “graphic violence,” it is now back up and has more than 118,000 likes and lots of positive comments. Many tattoo supporters and art enthusiasts praise Bellomo for teaching his child how to tattoo at such an early age. However, with the positive comes negative as well, with people calling what he did “child abuse” and “unsafe.” Bellomo says that he guided her along the entire process and made sure it was completely safe. “It’s an opportunity where she could do a few tatts, get good at it,” Bellomo told WTOL, Toledo News, “…maybe an after school job versus McDonald.” He has owned the shop for over three years now, and daydreams about passing the family business down to Chloe. So far, his dream seems like it’s headed towards becoming a reality since Chloe told WTOL, “I like to paint my daddy.” Do you think this is appropriate for such a young child? Tell us what you think in the comments!