Rapper Crooked I loves his new group Slaughterhouse so much that he decided to get the group's name tattooed on his arm. Unfortunately, the tattoo artist misspelled "Slaughterhouse." The ink, which is located on his forearm, is spelled 'Slaugter.' The artist attempted to rectify the error by inking Crooked I with the word "House" directly next to the original tattoo with the letter "H" larger to cover both words.

New Jersey native and fellow Slaughterhouse member, Joe Budden recently spoke on the mishap. "Joe Budden is trying to figure out how to turn this whole Crooked I tattoo debacle," he said jokingly. "I already have about seven punch lines. What an idiot! I love Crooked I. There would be no Slaughterhouse without Crooked I. Remarkable, impeccable emcee.... maybe not the best speller when he is drunk but who says that you have to be the best speller?"

This isn't the first time Crooked has made headlines this year. In February he was allegedly shot during a conversation with a fan. Several reports mistakenly noted that the rapper died from his injuries. Although he dispelled rumors regarding the fatality he would not confirm nor deny whether he was actually wounded.

Founded in 2008, Slaughterhouse members include Crooked I, Budden, Royce Da 5'9" and Joell Ortiz. They are set to release their debut album August 11.