The new ink comes just days after Jackson broke down in tears in a series of emotional videos opening up about a previous suicide attempt which she attributed to “so much hatred” from online commentators.
“When I was 14 I got so much hatred that I tried to kill myself,” she sobbed in the series of short clips.
“I don't understand how there can be so much hatred in the world right now.
“I've tried sticking up for myself, I've tried the whole, blocking the haters thing, not reading the comments,' she cried. 'I've tried, I've tried a lot of things, ignoring it, but it's hard. It is, when there's so much of it.”
She continued: “And I don't get why I'm such an easy target. I try to be nice to everybody that I meet. I give everyone a chance. I'm usually a very trusting person.
“I try to be open with you guys about what I do on a daily basis, I share my life with you, I don't hide a lot, I'm very public.
“So I'm sorry if there's something that I'm doing that you guys don't like. Maybe I'm too public? I don't know.
“I'm just tired of it, I'm just really, really tired,” she concluded.
Earlier this month, Jackson revealed a large butterfly tattoo on her upper back and neck on Snapchat which she captioned, “Obsessed wit’ it."
The King Of Pop’s daughter recently inked her hand to mark the seven-year anniversary of his passing, sharing a snap of two beaded feathers etched behind her ear, to Instagram on July 31, which she captioned: “Couldn't ever ask for better ink than from my man @dermagraphink!"
Jackson has a large collection of body art, including Prince’s love symbol and a lightning bolt in memory of David Bowie, who passed away on January 10.
The teenager also has the word “Bad” for her father’s hit single, the artwork for his album Dangerous and the words “Queen of my heart” etched on her skin.
Jackson explained the reasons behind her growing collection of tattoos on June 15, writing on Instagram: "My scars and past of self-hatred have been covered by loving marks, creativity, ingenuity. . .and depth.”
"Sure I will always carry my past with me, but I see ink as a way of changing for the better, always improving. They represent strength for me. I look back at my old self and then I look in the mirror, and I see a fighter looking back at me."
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