Trap House Tattooist? ‘I Know How To Save People From Overdose’

Mariya Agapova could really use a fight.

The last handful of years have not been kind to the once-bright Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Flyweight prospect. Agapova, 27, recently made a public call to action, needing to fight as soon as possible thanks to her inability to get a job.

The trouble didn’t end there for Agapova as shortly after she further explained the depth of what she’s gone through. Whether homeless, sex slavery, or other struggles, Agapova is doing whatever she can to get by outside the Octagon. When asked about her hobbies or ways she keeps busy when not training or fighting, Agapova detailed her unique adventures as a tattoo artist in the embedded player above.

“I do tattoos at hotel, trap houses,” Agapova said backstage at Karate Combat (h/t Reddit). “I used to do it in the tattoo shop.

“Trap house, it’s … you know, it’s okay. Like, my clients, you like pass out, fall in the bathroom,” she continued. “I hold on [to them], let’s go. He passed out and I just tattoo him [while] he passed out. Yeah, I also know how to save people from overdose.”

The term “trap house” is slang for a drug den or vacant space where illegal drugs and things of that nature are shared and sold. Agapova was alleged to have been kicked out of American Top Team (ATT) in Coconut Creek, Florida for drug use and violent threats in 2021. She denied the accusations before losing a fight to her accuser, Maryna Moroz, via second round arm triangle choke in March 2022 (watch highlights).

Agapova’s last UFC fight came against Gillian Robertson, who defeated her via second round rear-naked choke in September 2022 (watch highlights).

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