Instagram-Famous ‘Muslim Soldier’ is Slammed Online for his ‘Haram’ Ink and Labelled a Hypocrite for Drinking Alcohol

Heavily-tattooed gym junkie Yakiboy has hit back at critics of his extensive tattoos.

The Instagram star’s body is covered in ink, and he often posts naked photos showing off his body art.

On Monday he shared a Snapchat message he received from a ‘rubbish person’ asking: ‘Are you ever scared that on the day of judgement allah will ask you about your tattoos?’

‘F**k u [sic],’ Yakiboy replied. ‘Allah (God) watch my inside not like u and all the rubbish people judge anyone with eyes.’

Heavily-tattooed gym junkie Yakiboy has hit back at critics of his extensive tattoos

The Instagram star's body is covered in ink, and he often posts naked photos showing off his body art

On Monday he shared a Snapchat message he received from a ‘rubbish person’ asking: ‘Are you ever scared that on the day of judgement allah will ask you about your tattoos?

Other followers have suggested Yakiboy’s tattoos are haram, or forbidden by Allah in Islam.

‘Tatooed, alcohol and muslim? I don’t think so,’ one commenter posted.

‘I wish you “body build” the brain too mate,’ another said.

He has posted photos of himself naked to Instagram, with just a pizza emoji covering his genitals.

Yakiboy has denied being a bikie or a member of any group, describing himself as a ‘Muslim Shia soldier’.

The social media star was close friends with underworld kingpin Barbaro, who was shot in the head by two hooded hitmen in south-west Sydney in 2016.

Heavily-tattooed Instagram-famous gym junkie Yakiboy (pictured, right) has slammed his former friend Pasquale Barbaro (pictured, left), calling the murdered gangster a police informant 

Barbaro, who was murdered outside of a home in Earlwood in November 2016, had ties to the mafia and famously feuded with several Sydney gangsters (pictured is Yakiboy)

In the aftermath of Barbaro's execution-style murder rumours emerged from Sydney's underworld that Barbaro had been a 'dog' - a loathed police informant (pictured is Yakiboy)

Yakiboy (pictured) denied being a bikie or a member of any group, describing himself as a 'Muslim Shia soldier'

‘My only regret in life was being friends with that dog Pasquale,’ Yakiboy said.

‘I didn’t know he was a dog and that’s why everyone in Australia hated his guts including me.

The social media star (pictured, left) was close friends with underworld kingpin Pasquale (pictured, centre), who was shot in the head by two hooded hitmen in western Sydney in 2016

'My only regret in life was being friends with that dog Pasquale,' Yakiboy (pictured) said on Thursday night

'I'm not a bikie,' said Yakiboy (pictured)

'I'm a Muslim Shia soldier, always by myself,' said Yakiboy

'I didn't know he [Barbaro] was a dog and that's why everyone in Australia hated his guts including me,' said Yakiboy (pictured, right)

Barbaro, who was murdered outside of a home in Earlwood in November 2016, had ties to the mafia and famously feuded with several Sydney gangsters.

Last year a judge ruled he likely paid off two Brothers 4 Life bosses to kill another crime figure, and he was suspected to be involved in countless other murder and kidnapping plots.

He had served time in jail for drug charges and was on a $350,000 surety when he was killed, left bleeding out on a footpath after screaming ‘open the f***ing door’.

But in the aftermath of his execution-style murder rumours emerged from Sydney’s underworld that Barbaro had been a ‘dog’ – a loathed police informant.

Yakiboy (pictured) posted a photo of himself baring his gold front teeth to the camera while wearing colour-coordinated Versace sunglasses and Gucci cap

Yakiboy (pictured) is a follower of former Bandidos enforcer Toby Mitchell, who also sports a golden grill

The crime figure allegedly bragged about being an informant for the New South Wales Crime Commission, and allegedly handed in guns in exchange for bail.

He had been targeted by gunmen before – six shots fired at him in 2015 missed – and was known to have made a number of enemies.

Underworld sources claimed Barbaro owned $1million to one Sydney gang, and had taken to wearing a bulletproof vest in the weeks before he was gunned down.

Barbaro was not wearing the vest when he was shot dead outside associate George Alex’s house.

A revealing before-and-after shot shows how the social media star covered almost every inch of his skin in just four years

Daily Mail Australia is not suggesting Yakiboy had any links to Barbaro’s alleged criminal activity, or is involved in any legal wrongdoing in any capacity.

Yakiboy, a heavily-tattooed gym junkie, has raised eyebrows by posing with golden AK-47s and flashing his gold teeth, and for having some notorious followers.

The Sydney bodybuilder 30,000 followers on Instagram alone, including the Gold Coast chapter of the Bandidos outlaw motorcycle gang.

While Yakiboy does not follow the Bandidos’ Instagram account back, he is a follower of former Bandidos enforcer Toby Mitchell, who also sports a golden grill.

Now everything he posts receives thousands of likes and dozens of comments, and he has attracted attention from other tattooed social media users (pictured is Yakiboy with a samurai sword)

The Sydney bodybuilder known as Yakiboy (pictured) has over 30,000 followers on Instagram alone, including the Gold Coast chapter of the Bandidos outlaw motorcycle gang 

In one photo Yakiboy poses in front of a mirror with only a pizza emoji for privacy to show off the Japanese-style ink which covers his entire body.

Another photo features Yakiboy baring his gold front teeth to the camera while wearing colour-coordinated Versace sunglasses and Gucci cap.

A revealing before-and-after shot shows how the social media star covered almost every inch of his skin in just four years.

Now everything he posts receives thousands of likes and dozens of comments, and he has attracted attention from other tattooed social media users.

The Gold Coast Bandidos have thousands of followers of their own on Instagram, and they have subscribed to Yakiboy’s feed.

Yakiboy regularly shares photos of his extensive ink, which includes a pair of red lips on his neck

The Gold Coast Bandidos have thousands of followers of their own on Instagram (pictured), and they have subscribed to Yakiboy's feed

Their latest photos show a group of bikies in club vests facing off with police, captioned: ‘Mexican standoff with the Dogs’.

While Yakiboy does not follow the Gold Coast Bandidos, he does subscribe to the feed of ex-Bandidos enforcer Toby Mitchell.

Mitchell is well-known for his own set of gold teeth and has ‘Sargent [sic] of arms’ tattooed on his scalp.

Melbourne-based Mitchell shares Yakiboy’s passion for tattoos, and sports a large ‘1%’ bikie logo under one armpit.

While Yakiboy does not follow the Gold Coast Bandidos, he does subscribe to the feed of ex-Bandidos enforcer Toby Mitchell (pictured)