Miley Cyrus Adds Tiny NSFW Tattoo to Her Body - See the Picture!

While the new racy tattoo on her ankle may be shocking to look at, it's something that people expect from the songstress.

AceShowbiz - Having had a heavily inked body, Miley Cyrus adds a slew of new ones to her collection, but one definitely stands out more than others. The former Disney darling took to social media on Wednesday, January 23 to share images from her latest trip to New York City-based tattoo artist Bang Bang to get her latest tattoo.

One image featured Miley smiling widely to the camera while getting a tattoo inked on her wrist before showing off some of her new tats on the next post. The new ink appeared to be two words in script freshly inked across the top of her left forearm, just below her elbow. The "Nothing Breaks Like a Heart" singer left both pictures captionless.

While Miley only flaunted off the tattoos that were on her forearm, she actually got an additional inking on her ankle. Sharing on Instagram Stories, Bang Bang revealed that Miley had also etched the word "p***y" in delicate script on her ankle. He also shared a video of the wife of Liam Hemsworth posting up on the table getting the world permanently drawn on her left ankle.

Mile Cyrus tattoo.

Miley Cyrus' new NSFW tattoo.

The new tat might be shocking to look at, but it was something that people would have expected from the "Malibu" singer. Meanwhile, Miley has yet to unveil the meaning behind her "p***y" tattoo.

Miley is certainly no stranger to body arts. On her right hand, she is rocking a handful of delicate tattoos including an alien head and watermelon slice. She also has a smiley face inked on the right side of her ankle and a jar of Vegemite, the latter of which is reportedly a tribute to her husband.

Additionally, Liam and Miley have similar tattoos on their body, quotes from former president Theodore Roosevelt. While Liam's tattoo read, "If he fails, at least fails while doing greatly," Miley has the words, "So that his place shall never be with those cold and timid soul who knew neither victory nor defeat."

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