Miley’s Yoko tat, which was thought to be about her divorce, is actually from a different time in Miley’s life.
Miley Cyrus Her brother Trace has almost as many tattoos. While Trace says he regrets completely covering himself in ink when he was younger, Miley is happy to talk about her tats.
Every tattoo she has chosen has a story. From the word “LOVE” in her ear to symbolize her love, to the dreamcatcher with four feathers to represent her siblings, to the dreamcatcher that contains four feathers to represent her children. One of her most meaningful tattoos might have been one that was given to her during a difficult time in life.
Miley’s left shoulder blade was adorned with “I’m proud” in Yoko’s handwriting last December. Many assume that this was because she divorced Liam Hemsworth. But, she explained that it was something entirely different.
Miley’s house had just been set on fire
Miley was not Miley’s Year in 2019. Yoko’s compassionate message to Miley was sent after Miley suffered a personal loss as a result of the California wildfires.
Miley said this: “That was right before my house burned down.” Miley shared this week during sets on the SiriusXM radio show. “I hadn’t quite gotten married yet, and I was doing War Is Over” with Sean [Lennon] On SNL, and so he brought the item to me.”
Miley was so touched by Yoko’s support, she had it inked permanently on her back.
“Those relationships have been so valuable to me, same thing with Stevie,” she added, referencing her close bond with rock icon, Stevie Nicks.
She collects letters from her idols
Miley said that Yoko’s handwriting on the message makes it more special. Miley feels it is cool to get letters from legendary musicians.
“They wrote me handwritten notes. Dolly’s letters are handwritten just like everything I get from Stevie. [Parton] She stated that the letter was written and signed exactly like Yoko. It takes a different amount of time for someone to do something. “When you write down things and give them that kind of power, it says ‘we are rooting for your success.’
It connects her with her father
Yoko’s note is in keeping with a tattoo Miley has in memory of her father, Billy Ray. It’s an encouraging message that Billy Ray received from an icon of a different nature.
“I do have a second tattoo, which is a gift from Johnny Cash to my father. It says ‘I’m right in your corner’,” she confesses. “And that’s probably why I did the Yoko thing because I thought it was pretty cool. The parallels of that.” Miley is cool.
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Her tattoo from Yoko says, I’m proud of U…not I’m pleased with you!
Isn’t the choice of words here hilarious? I’m guessing that this blog is written by very outdated AI, and hot an actual human. I’m not even a writer and this burns my last nerve to see such crap!
Hey, writer of this blog! Any chance there’s a human there somewhere? Now, we all have seen the videos and articles recently about how magical ChatGPT is and how it can write your content for you. If you are naive, you’ll believe that and just go with it; or, you can try to be a little more profesh and proofread Skynet’s work!
“…appeared on Miley’s left shoulder blade in Yoko’s handwriting final December.” – Shouldn’t that be “last December”? Sure, they are synonymous, but not in this context. Humans know that.
“Individuals assume it needed to do…” Perhaps “assume it had to do…”? – Again, synonyms but only in other contexts.
“…to do along with her divorce from Liam Hemsworth” – Along? No idea what that’s supposed to mean.
Sorry to be ‘that guy’, but I can’t just sit and watch my language be butchered constantly by online writers who should be more vigilant, but for their laziness.