Tucker Beathard is honoring the memory of his late brother with a new tattoo. The country singer revealed the new tattoo on Friday (January 3) on social media. The new tattoo on his left arm features the initials CKB for Clayton King Beathard.
Clayton Beathard was one of two men fatally stabbed outside a bar in Midtown Nashville in the early hours of December 21, 2019. Police arrived to the scene shortly before 3 a.m after an argument that started inside the bar moved outside where it turned violent. Clayton and 21-year-old Paul Trapeni III both died after being transported to Vanderbilt University Medical Center. A third victim was treated and released.
On December 25 police arrested 23-year-old Michael Mosley who's charged with two counts of criminal homicide and one count of attempted criminal homicide in connection with the incident.
Clayton Beathard had just finished his junior year at Long Island University where he also played football. He's the brother to San Francisco 49ers backup quarterback C.J. Beathard as well as country music singer Tucker Beathard. He is the son of famed country songwriter Casey Beathard and his wife Susan.
Tucker previously turned to social media to pay a tribute to his younger brother who he says was naturally a "light" no matter what situation he was in.
"As heartbreaking and hard this experience has been it has also pushed me and my family to a whole new level of faith and what it means to trust God and what his plan is," he continues. "Clay was a true warrior for God and his kingdom and to see the legacy he has made and the lives he has changed, including mine, has given me some perspective on what life is really all about at the end of the day."
Tucker and his brother already had matching tattoos he revealed in his post. "I think the matching Bible verse tattoo that we have sums up perfectly how Clay lived and approached his life here on earth," he shares before sharing the verse, "Psalm 27:1 “The Lord is my light and salvation for whom shall I fear, the lord is the stronghold of my life for whom shall I be afraid.”
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