Don’t f**k with Miley Cyrus‘ freedom!
This weekend, the 26-year-old got inked with the word “freedom” on her right knuckle in a delicate script, joining her ever-growing collection of body art. But is her fresh tat an ode to her own song lyrics? Or could it have something to do with ex-husband Liam Hemsworth?
Before you decide, ch-ch-check it out (below):
Perhaps, the tattoo was a reference to her empowering AF anthem Mother’s Daughter, which features the lyrics:
“Don’t fuck with my freedom / I came back to get me some / I’m nasty, I’m evil / Must be something in the water or that I’m my mother’s daughter.”
The El Lay based artist Daniel Winter did incorporate #mothersdaughter into his Instagram post showing off the body work, so it totally could have been a source of inspo. But, it may also have something to do with Cyrus’ recently changed marital status.
As you may recall, Hemsworth’s attorney received notice that his 29-year-old client must have documents delivered to his estranged ex and filed in order to continue with the divorce proceedings. If he fails to do so, he could face his case being dismissed (he filed first back in August) or a fine in court. Either way, he has until January 21 to do it, and we’ll keep you posted on all the legal matters.
Since her split with the Hunger Games star, Miz Cyrus has added a few new tatt’s to her collection, including an intricate snake on her forearm, and two dainty additions: one of her father Billy Ray Cyrus‘ birth year (1961), and lyrics to the post-punk 1990 Pixies song The Thing. Even Kaitlynn Carter went to the same artist for some ink of her own!
But not all of her ink has been sad! She and current fling Cody Simpson got tatted up together recently, as well. The Disney Channel alum opted for a bleeding heart with a dagger stabbed through it with and a banner that reads, “ROCK N ROLL HEART,” while the 22-year-old chose a skull and crossbones line drawing, backed by the grim reaper’s signature scythe tattooed on his right chest.
What do U think of Miley’s new ink, Perezcious readers? An ode to her own lyrics or something symbolic related to Liam? Or, both?! Sound OFF (below) in the comments with your take!!
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