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Rihanna's revealing new tattoo that honours her late grandmother
Rihanna has paid tribute to her late grandmother with a new goddess tattoo across her ribcage.
The singer, who performed at the Paralympic closing ceremony in London last night, was left devastated earlier this year when she lost her beloved relative Dolly following a long battle with cancer.
She has now paid tribute to her late grandmother with an inking comparing her to an Egyptian goddess.
The star posted a picture of the tattoo on her Twitter page over the weekend, which shows Isis kneeling with her knees spread.
Alongside the picture, Rihanna tweeted: "Goddess Isis - Complete Woman - Model for future generations - #GRANGRANDOLLY - always in and on my heart."
It's a pretty revealing snapshot!
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I'm sure her grandmother would be honoured to be put under her boobs as an excuse to flash them to the world.
A nice sentiment, but could have picked a more appropritate place for it.
Whilst Rhinna's dedication to her grandmother, I'm imagine, is heartfelt, the tattoo's not going to look so great when she is 70! Each to their own and all that but I absolutely cannot understand the world's obsession with tattoos. In the main, they look revolting. What ever happened to beautful skin and the scars of life to tell a story?
David Beckham, for example, is a nice looking guy with a great body. Why cover it all up with that? I'm sure he and Rhianna look much more beautful as nature intended.
What's with the tattoo hating comments? Everyone's skin is there's to put what they want on. I like tattoos. As long as they don't go too overboard. And yes, I do have some. I only like them when they have some meaning to the person having them. I find it a bit odd to have a random picture, and there are many that people regret having. I don't regret any of mine years after having them. They mean something to me.
The funny thing about people with tattoos is that the people who have them don't really care if you don't have them. It's quite a contrast against people who decided not to have them.
she has the godess isis on her chest what is she trying to say ILLUMINAT ILLUMINATI ILLUMINATI
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