Singer paid tribute to her deceased grandmother with a drawing of a goddess below the breasts
For those who are counting, now it's 18 (the seventeenth was a falcon-shaped turret) the number of tattoos that Rihanna has spread throughout his body.
The singer announced last night (09) on his Instagram, drawing the Egyptian goddess Isis who occupies the entire space beneath your breasts. "Goddess Isis, complete woman, model for future generations," wrote Rihanna to publish the image, adding a dedication to his grandmother: "Grandma Dolly, always in my heart."
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Clara Braithwaite, Rihanna's grandmother and inspiration for new art, died in June this year at age 80 after losing a battle with cancer.
The voice of "Where Have You Been" was seen at the weekend leaving a tattoo parlor in London, with the torso covered by a bandage. She was in town to attend the Closing Ceremony of the Paralympic Games, where she performed with the hosts of the evening, the band Coldplay.