He calls himself a “Black Alien” and struggles to get a job. He said of the changes: “It can be positive because you feel better, but you have to know that there is a dark side as well.”
A man struggles to get a job after going through countless tattoos and alterations to modify his appearance. The man, who calls himself a “Black Alien”, revealed that people judge him and it tarnishes his image when it comes to getting a job.
The protagonist of this story is Anthony Lofredo. In addition to tattooing every part of his skin, the Frenchman also cut off two fingers on his left hand to make them look like claws.
In a talk on the Club 113 podcast, he recalled the difficulties he went through to get a formal job: “I can’t get it, there are many negative things. It can be positive because you feel better, but You have to know that there is a dark side as well.
He has over 1.2 million followers on his Instagram profile (“Black Alien Project Evolution”). There he shares pictures, videos and part of his day to day life.
In the podcast, he also spoke about the discomfort he felt when he saw himself on the street: “It’s an everyday struggle, because every day you meet new people who don’t understand, who want to be judged.”
And he continued: “That’s life, not everyone understands everything. Like me, I don’t understand a lot of things about a lot of people. You can’t judge, nobody knows what’s on someone’s mind.” What is it, why are they doing this, you need to talk to that person.”
He started tattooing at the age of 27 and has been accumulating fans and followers in all parts of the world for seven years. Lofredo sports various implants or modifications, including a split tongue and even his inked eyes.
“I am a normal man, I have a family. I love that they see me as a normal guy, with a job, a family, a friend, a girlfriend, all that. That’s what makes me normal,” Lofredo continued.
“It’s a struggle every day, because every day I meet new people who do not understand, who want to be judged. But this is life, not everyone understands everything”, commented the French.
Regarding his transformations, he concluded: “This type of transformation is not just a tattoo, it is something bigger.”