The world is well acquainted with the name Michael Jackson. He is one of those American legends who is being revered till date, even after his demise. He was known as the King of Pop and was a famous public figure for almost four decades. Not only was he a great singer, but he was also a record producer, actor and a dancer. No other singer has been able to reach to the heights that he achieved in the initial years of his solo adult career. The most popular dance, The Moonwalk, is given to us by none other but this legend himself.
Michael Jackson has a huge fan following who pay him a lot of respect for the great person he was. Not just his fans, but also his own relatives pay him tributes in their own special way, which is anything but ordinary. His daughter, Paris Jackson did not want to be left behind and did something for her father that would always keep him with her.
Recently, Paris got herself inked in a new tattoo of her father in his remembrance. She is merely 18 years old and is an aspiring singer. She aims to be a great singer one day, just like her father.
This is not her first tattoo as previously, she got herself inked with the catchphrase “Queen of My Heart.” Michael Jackson himself wrote the catchphrase as he held his daughter extremely close to his heart. She got herself inked so she could fondly remember her father and pay him respect for raising her so well.
The picture reads, “To everyone else he was the King of Pop. To me, well, he was the king of my heart.” This picture was posted on Instagram which received more than thousands of likes and comments from fans from around the world.
Read further to know how she paid tribute to her legend father.
Paris’ admirers never felt perplexed due to the fact that she got herself inked twice, within such a short span of time. Though she had given herself a break from visiting the tattoo parlor, surprisingly, she was seen making a revisit to the shop only after a few days.
The description of the tattoo was from his book, ‘Dancing The Dream’, which read, “The denotation of life is enclosed in every single manifestation of life. It exists in the eternity of forms and portents that happen in all of the creation.”
Along with that she wrote, “Never disremember your roots, and always be gratified of where you came from.”
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