"Love & Hip Hop" star and singer Keyshia Cole recently got a new tattoo. The "Heaven Sent" hitmaker showed off the stunning ankle tattoo in her latest Instagram post.
Reality television star and R&B songstress Keyshia Cole has a fondness for tattoos, and her body is filled with meaningful ink from her face right down to her feet.
The "I Should Have Cheated" singer recently added to her body ink an elegant tattoo around her ankle which she flaunted on her Instagram page.
THE TATTOOED BEAUTY
In the photo, only Cole's feet could be seen resting on a fluffy gray rug while rocking stylish black Chanel flip-flops. Her pink toenails glistened under the bright light. She captioned:
"New Tatt!!!! I love the lord, he heard my cry!!"
The new tattoo, mirroring a similar tattoo on Cole's arm and wrist, is a black rosary with bead circling her ankle and leading to a cross drawn close to her toes. The tattoo also features a big heart in the middle.
In addition to the new tattoo and detailed arm tattoo, the "Love" singer has meaningful ink behind her ear and on her shoulder. She also honored her eldest son, Daniel Gibson Jr., with a tattoo on her forearm.
COLE IN REALITY
Cole, 39, and her son's father, former NBA player Daniel Gibson, 34, were married for six years before calling it quits. During that period, the pair starred in a reality TV show, "Keyshia & Daniel: Family First," documenting their life.
At that point, Cole was already somewhat of a reality TV pro after the popularity of her first reality TV series, "Keyshia Cole: The Way It Is." She went on to star in "Keyshia Cole: All In" and "Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood."
COLE'S NEW MUSIC
While Cole enjoys entertaining friends on television, her true passion is music. The Grammy award-nominated singer recently released a new record, “I Don’t Wanna Be In Love."
She initially premiered the emotionally charged ballad during her appearance on the social media music battle, "Verzuz," where she faced fellow R&B singer Ashanti Douglas, 40.
COLE "VERZUZ" DOUGLAS
Cole, who has already hinted at an eighth album, showed off her immense talent and powerful voice during the "Verzuz" battle, reminding fans and rivals how she became the acclaimed superstar she is.
During the battle watched by more than 11 million viewers worldwide, Cole mesmerized fans with chart-topping hits like her collaboration with Sean "Diddy" Combs, "Last Night," and record-breaking ballad, "Love."