Janet Jackson’s 4 Tattoos & Their Meanings

Janet Jackson gets up and goes to the obnoxious name of hers and so is her tattoo, which looks way more thought-provoking. She has got a small agglomeration of body tattoos. Just like so many other celebrities, Janet Jackson’s tattoos are not too jazzy and loud but are scantily eye-catching and worth the while. Check out below Janet Jackson’s four tattoos and her meanings.

Janet Jackson Tattoo

1. Scorpion Design on the Neck

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She has a Borneo style scorpion design at the back of her neck. It represents the tribal Scorpion, which is commonplace in Borneo. Originally, it meant to represent Dayaki warriors, who used to butt end their enemy heads. It actually had an ax style as a wardship in the battle.

2. Japanese Kanji

Janet Jackson japanese Kanji Tattoo

A Japanese kanji is inked on the back of Janet’s neck. This ink illustrates equilibrium and interrelationship and sometimes extended as friendship. Janet shares this kanji tattoo with two of her best friends who are her co-workers as dancers.

3. Wrist Tattoo


On the inside of her right wrist, she has got a ‘Sankofa‘ tattoo. Sankofa is a symbol taken from King Adinkra of the Akan people and they are from West Africa. It literally means, “it is not a taboo to go back and fetch what you forgot.”

4. Thigh Tattoo

Janet Jackson Thigh Tattoo

Janet Jackson has a nasty tattoo on the crease of her right thigh. It is actually Mickey and Minnie Mouse doing something very mischievously. Minnie is shown giving oral to Mickey. People are apprehensive and rather raise their eyebrows at Janet’s naughty and maybe rowdy tattoo. But Janet says she doesn’t really see it the same way. Janet says she has conceded to have done a lot of sexual experimentation in her 20s and 30s, and the rather nasty and unusual tattoo of the Disney characters “doing the nasty” as she phrases it, Janet views this tattoo is pretty amusing to her as well as being representative that she feels sex is a great feeling and should be pleasant.

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