VENICE BEACH - Demi Lovato, the Disney darling showed off her latest ink art as she sunbathed by herself at Venice Beach.
Lovato showed reporters for Tittle Tattle Tonight and Bedroom Pillow Talk that she had two brand new tattoos on each of her wrists and she explained the meaning behind them.
Her left wrist had the word "Stay" on it and her right wrist had the word "Strong" on it.
She pointed out that they symbolized the words "Stay" and "Strong" which when placed together spelled out the phrase "Stay Strong."
Demi said that those two words originally came from the Potawatomi Indian language and meant 'young nubile princess who gathers wild berries by the beaver-infested creek during the moon when the Canadian Mallard Ducks fly down south to Quito, Ecuador to escape the icy frozen conditions of oh Canada."
The extremely popular songstress turned somber and said that when she was at the Henry and Betty Ford Rehab Clinic that she received several text messages from members of the Potawatomi tribe in Northern Illinois.
She said that they had given her an official Potawatomi tribal blanket that they noted if she sat on for ten minutes a day would cure her of any emotional, mental, physical, geographical, or hieroglyphical problems that she may have.
Lovato said that she sat on the blanket for ten minutes every night right before she went off to Mimi's Land (sleep).
She noted that within eight days she felt that she had been cured from her desire to want to scratch her wrists with a sharp rubber band, a sharp cotton ball, or a sharp eyelash.
She decided to get the two tattoos to express her thanks to the Potawatomi tribe and especially to Medicine Man Bashful Badger Puckerweather, who gave her back her self-esteem, self-pride, self-worth, and self-serve by making her an honorary Potawatomi Princess.
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