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Country Music Artist Jelly Roll Comes Clean About His Face Tattoos

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Jelly Roll, the “Son of a Sinner” singer, recently appeared in a Super Bowl ad for Uber Eats and had a memorable time at the Grammy weekend.

He performed at the MusiCares Person of the Year gala to honor Jon Bon Jovi and also attended the Clive Davis annual pre-Grammy party.

“I got a Super Bowl ad with Uber Eats. That’s the wildest thing happening with me right now,” Jelly Roll said.

“They’re everywhere … and they’re horrible!” he says in the ad when noticing his tattoos in the mirror.

“You know they say there’s a little bit of truth in every joke? There you go,” he said regarding the commercial’s message.

“I just want to pay it forward, I never thought we’d be in this place,” Jelly Roll later said of the pre-Grammy party.

“I’ve been watching Clive Davis parties on documentaries since I was a kid and on movies and major motion picture films, and so many things, and to be here, this is all just unreal to me.”

Jelly Roll also spoke before Congress about the impact of fentanyl and urged lawmakers to pass the FEND Off Fentanyl Act.

“I am a stupid songwriter, you all. But I have firsthand witnessed this in a way most people have not. I encourage you all to not only pass this bill, but I encourage you to bring it up where it matters: at the kitchen table,” he said.

Despite not winning at the Grammys, he remains positive and expressed excitement about the future.

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