Lil Durk is showcasing some of his most extensive tattoo work to date, including a huge back piece and one dedicated to his hatred of snitches.

The Chicago rapper has never been shy about showing off his ink, and he’s offered fans a close look at his newest additions. He displayed his huge back piece, which his tattoo artist said took a total of eight hours to complete, and some work on his legs.

One of the pieces is also a tribute to Durk’s close collaborator and late friend King Von, while the other features a rat crossed out that reads “No snitches allowed.” Durkio has made it clear in the past that he does not tolerate snitching of any kind, as his beef with 6ix9ine has continually proved. 

“Amazing whole back session in 8 hours for my bro @lildurk with my team @gangatattoola in," wrote the celebrity tattoo artist who oversaw Durk's latest. "8 tattoo artists in the same project we broke the record The amazing team @joseecd @yeyo_tattoos@claytattoos @raphaelbarrostattoos @theparsetattoo@johanartss”

The new tattoos come not long after Durk showed off a piece depicting his fiancée India Royale.

Durk has had plenty to celebrate as of late, as it was announced earlier this month that he had received eight more RIAA platinum and gold certifications. He also recently released the deluxe edition of 7220.