photo 2 options
  • Logo

    Photo Uploaded
  • Footer Logo

    Photo Uploaded
color 6 options


Your settings have been saved.

Celebrities PopWrapped | Celebrities

Paris Jackson Pays Tribute To Her Late Father With Tattoo Art

Robin Klein | PopWrapped Author

Robin Klein

05/30/2016 9:37 am
PopWrapped | Celebrities
Paris Jackson Pays Tribute To Her Late Father With Tattoo Art | Paris Jackson
Media Courtesy of

Michael Jackson's death in 2009 left a permanent mark upon the world, but most importantly it has affected his family. Ever since the king of pop passed away his children have attempted to memorialize their father and his legacy. Paris Jackson, his only daughter, has turned to tattoo art to express her love for her late father.

Based on sources in magazine articles and the news, Paris has gotten tattoos inked on her body dedicated to various members of her family. Most of the tattoos are for her father, who she was very close to.

Only a month before, Paris got a tattoo in dedication of her grandmother Katherine. The tattoo for her grandma is on her inner wrist and is of a blue flower with Mandarin Chinese lettering, which says "Kaiselin."

The latest piece of work on Paris's body is dedicated to her father's 1991 hit album, Dangerous. This piece was inked on her arm on May 23rd, 2016, and it's a replication of the Dangerous album cover in black and white.

Paris's second tattoo for her father was inked on her wrist years before.

TODAY Parents said, "Paris, who was 11 when Jackson died at 50 years old in 2009, got her first tattoo on her 18th birthday in honor of her father. She had the words "Queen of My Heart,'' Michael's nickname for her, tattooed on her left wrist on April 3 in his handwriting."

These tattoos give Paris Jackson a physical mark to help her remember her father forever. The King of Pop will live on in the hearts and memories of his family and his fans, and the story of their memories live on with Paris' body art.

What do you think of Paris Jackson's latest body art? Weigh in on the commemorative piece below!



Are you sure you want to delete this?