Paris Jackson Honors MJ With Bomb 'Dangerous' Tattoo
The eclectic daughter of the iconic singer got the Dangerous album art tatted on Monday (May 23.)
Paying homage to fallen family members is always a bittersweet honor, but Paris Jackson made sure her tribute to her father Michael Jackson would be with her forever.
Yahoo! Celebrity reports the 18-year-old shared with her Instagram followers her latest tattoo, the art work to Jackson's 1991 album, Dangerous. The teen has a few more sessions to go, but so far the tattoo displays her father's piercing eyes in a marquee with animals like a peacock, rhinos and Bubbles (?) the monkey surrounding him.
“The meaning of life is contained in every single expression of life,“ the caption reads. "It is present in the infinity of forms and phenomena that exist in all of creation. Never forget your roots and always be proud of where you came from.”
The tattoo was done by Justin Lewis of Timeless Tattoo in Hollywood, Calif. Lewis also completed her previous tattoo dedicated to her father with the phrase, "Queen of my Heart," in her father's handwriting.
The teen, who is clearly bitten by a tatted bug, also has a blue flower on her wrist dedicated to her grandmother, Catherine Jackson.
Maybe she'll honor her Uncle Tito next?