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Michael Jackson's Daughter Paris Shows off Her 'Dangerous' Ink

Paris Jackson  in 2012
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Paris Jackson at the Majestic Star Hotel Lakeshore Ballroom on August 29, 2012 in Gary, Ind. 

Michael Jackson’s daughter Paris has an impressive new tattoo which pays homage to the King of Pop.

Paris’s new ink was inspired by the artwork for her father’s album Dangerous, which reached No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in December 1991. The body art features a menagerie of exotic animals (including Bubbles the chimp) and features MJ’s eyes at its center.

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“Never forget your roots. Always be proud of where you came from,” she captioned the photo (see the original Dangerous artwork below it). 

Just two months ago, Paris marked her 18th birthday with a tattoo featuring the words “Queen of My Heart” in her late father’s handwriting.

Michael Jackson died June 25, 2009, when Paris was just 11 years old. Jackson passed away just days before he was due to embark on a 50-date residency at London’s 02 Arena. 

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