'Johnny Depp' got a new tattoo on his arm. What was it?

Back in 1995, Johnny Depp analyzed his different tattoos and requested that each one addressed different pieces of his life.

The performer has now added another and detailed the cycle in a video that he shared on his electronic diversion accounts. 

"For my motivations, it looks like a diary: they all address different minutes in my everyday presence," Depp told The Washington Post.

"Expecting you see them, that is a sure something, but accepting I explain them for you, it would look like walking you through my diary."

Depp got his most paramount tattoo at 17 years of age, while he was endeavoring to start a melodic posse, in that gathering.

Johnny's most significant tattoo, the words 'Cherokee Tribe,' which he got when he was 17 years old, is arranged on the upper right arm. 

His mind blowing grandmother was a Cherokee, thusly the tattoo was made to regard his Native American roots.

Johnny Depp has a heart inked to his left side arm that scrutinizes Betty Sue, the name of his mother, who passed on May 20, 2016, after a drawn out sickness.