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Tattooing is an ancient art form that for some has a deep or spiritual meaning behind it. In the past decade or so, we’ve seen the tattoo industry transcend into the mainstream. Everywhere you go, you’re bound to meet someone with a tattoo. The ladies have welcomed the body art as well—decorating their beautiful, curvaceous bodies with images that they hold dear and near to their hearts. We’ve delved into the ink world twice before, and now we’re back for more. Black Men proudly introduces its third edition of “Ink Candy.”
 
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This issue is jam-packed with a bevy of female bosses that you surely have never seen in this light—that is before now. Beautiful reality stars, sexy journalists, hot vixens, fine fitness fanatics and the craziest curves on Earth bare it all—well, almost all—for the pages of Black Men Magazine’s “Money, Sex & Body” issue. Our cover girls, G.O.O.D Music recording artist, Teyana Taylor, posed for her first sexy photo spread ever, while Draya Michele returns to us with even more heat with the most spicy images ever seen of a reality TV personality. We anticipate that you will have the time of your life while flipping through the pages of this issue. Sit back, relax, and be sure to take it all in one page at a time.
 
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One thing we’ve learned for sure about glamour model sensation Rosa Acosta over the past six years is that her impact has been nothing less but insatiable. Her infamous YouTube videos have literally stretched men’s imagination and her plethora of magazine features have resuscitated publications. Like wildcats in celibate rages, Ms. Acosta has incited male and female fantasies worldwide with her exotic appeal, seductive dialect and heaven sent body. For this edition of Black Men Magazine, we’ve gathered some of the hottest photos ever shot of Ms. Acosta as we pay tribute to the beautiful Dominican goddess.
 
 
 
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