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Billy Gibby is a boxer, and frankly he has no chance of ever becoming world star in the sport. That’s why Billy Gibby decided to earn some $$ by branding his body. He turned his skin into a billboard where everyone is welcome to advertise their website. GoldenPalace paid $21,000 to put a tattoo of their website on his back. Billy Gibby has gone even further recently and changed his name to Hostgator dot com.





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