You might be able to get it off with some kind of solvent, like acetone or MEK, just try a small amount first so you don't wreck the lacquer.
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Maybe, it depends on the quality and thickness of the lacquer finish. If you want to try and remove it, get some ultra-fine sandpaper, 1000 grit or so, and very gently try and rub out the marks. Stop frequently to check your progress and quit as soon as the marks are gone. If it hasn't penetrated into the wood, you can buff and polish the sanded spot.
Yeah he also should probably stop smoking so much weed/ drinking so much alcohal that he writes on things with a sharpie. Haha jk man. do what u want XD