Adding to her arsenal of tattoos, Miley Cyrus recently went under the needle for a new piece on her left forearm.
And it seems the “Hannah Montana” starlet was inspired by President Theodore Roosevelt’s 1910 speech “Citizenship in a Republic,” to the point that she quoted him in the ink.
The tattoo reads, "So that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who knew neither victory nor defeat."
Cyrus isn’t the only person to be moved by Roosevelt’s words- both Richard Nixon and Nelson Mandela quoted the speech during their respective careers.
However neither Miley nor her spokesperson has said anything about the new tat or the catalyst behind the decision to get it done.
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