Turkish Instagram girl ridiculed over nonsense Google-translated tattoo

A Turkish media personality has unexpectedly gained international recognition for all the wrong reasons. Naz Mila, 26, will probably be remembered as the girl who tattooed Google-translated nonsense all over her body.
Mila is an Azeri-born celebrity and reality show star with some 860,000 followers on Instagram. On Sunday, her fans received a new treat: pictures of their half-naked idol with a giant tattoo spread from chest to knee on her right side. The only problem was that it didn’t make sense.
The one-liner presumably was meant to read: “Only God can judge my mistakes and truths,” a popular Turkish phrase. But instead, it read: “I can judge a single god with my wrongs and wrongs.”
Apparently, neither Mila nor her tattooist had a good command of English, and the phrase was simply put through Google Translator or a similar online service.
After a flurry of ridicule by more linguistically competent people, Mila turned off comments for one of the pictures and seemingly deleted the other one – but not before the story was picked up by Turkish and British tabloids. So, here comes her five minutes of international fame.