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Remember when the world was really angry at the Chainsmokers for allegedly copying a twenty one pilots song? Well, it turns out maybe the duo are just really big twenty one pilots fanboys.

A Reddit post reveals that one of the members of the Chainsmokers, Alex Pall, has a twenty one pilots tattoo. Following that discovery, twenty one pilots fans are putting the pieces of the puzzle together.

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The tattoo in question appears on Pall’s lower right forearm. The tattoo showcases the lyrics, “our brains are sick but that’s okay” from the song “Fake You Out.”

Check out the tattoo below.

In the past, the Chainsmokers have been accused of copying twenty one pilots on multiple occasions. First, fans thought the Chainsmokers’ song “Sick Boy” sounded like “Heathens.” Then, even before “Everybody Hates Me” was released, the pop duo teased a “heavydirtysoul”-esque photo in support of the track. Of course, when the song was released, it also kind of sounded like “heavydirtysoul.”

However, upon this new tattoo-related discovery, some twenty one pilots fans believe that the pop duo are just paying homage to Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun.

Recently, the Chainsmokers teamed up with blink-182 to write a song. According to Mark Hoppus, blink-182 and the Chainsmokers have been friends for quite some time. After realizing that their schedules aligned, the two projects agreed to collaborate.

What do you think Alex Pall’s tattoo has to say about the Chainsmokers’ relationship to twenty one pilots? Sound off in the comments below.

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