After the death of his mother when he was 12, the 22-year-old began altering his body.
He started by getting his mother's face tattooed on his back, and then decided he wanted to look like a living skull
Ramirez had the tip of his nose and ears removed by a tattoo artist buddy to make him look like a skull.
He stated, " "Every one of us is the same. We are all the same: a skeleton, whether we are a boy, a girl, a man, or an elderly man."
Erick Hincapie Ramirez, as Kalaca Skull, is a Colombian rapper who lives in the city of Cartago in the Valle del Cauca department
After his mother died when he was twelve years old, the 22-year-old began altering his body.
He started by getting his mother's face tattooed on his back, then decided he wanted to look like a living skull.
Ramirez had the tip of his nose and ears removed by his tattoo artist pal to make him look like a skull.
He expressed himself as follows: "We're all alike. We're all the same: a skeleton, whether we're a boy, a girl, a man, or an elderly guy."
He claims that when people yell at his appearance, he chuckles, and that suffering is therapeutic for him.
Kalaca Skull was the first person in Colombia to deliberately have his nose and ears removed, causing a media frenzy throughout the country.
The young man stated that he was always interested by skulls as a child, but that he refrained from any form of body mutilation while his mother was still alive because he knew she would not approve.
According to a Columbian news outlet, Kalaca is "extremely devoted to skulls."
Despite the fact that his terrible appearance draws eyes and makes bystanders feel uneasy, Kalaca argues that he is a "regular" person who simply happens to seem "different."
He stated, "I just feel good the way I am."
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