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By LARRY VAUGHT
Florida freshman running back JoJo Kemp says the numerous tattoos he has “are very positive and keep me going” in difficult times.
“They all have a meaning. Only the strong survive. To whom much has been given, much is expected,” he said. “Just something when I am thinking about quitting, just look down at myself and it helps me keep going forward.”
He says the got the tattoos on his arm “one piece at a time.” The first one RIP (rest in peace) in honor of his grandfather.
“That was my very first tattoo because I wanted to make sure I remembered him,” Kemp said. “I just kind of got addicted and kept going with the tattoos. But none on my hands or neck. I have to keep it professional.”