Miley Cyrus Political Tattoo Marks Singer's 10th, Engagement Canceled?

Miley Cyrus recently showed off her 10th tattoo, which was allegedly inspired by the words of former president Theodore Roosevelt.

The new ink, which covers much of her left forearm, is a quote taken from Roosevelt's famous speech which he made at the Sorbonne in Paris, France on April 23, 1910.

"So that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who knew neither victory nor defeat," the tattoo reads, according to Mail Online.

The new ink comes just days after reports of a broken engagement between the 19-year-old and her fiancé Liam Hemsworth began swirling.

The former Disney star has been posting a series of depressing tweets on her Twitter page lately, and recently posted song lyrics from Canadian indie band Tegan and Sara's song "Call It Off."

"Maybe you could've been something I'd be good at," Cyrus tweeted on July 8.

The couple, who have dated for two years, got engaged on May 3 and the breakup rumors have shocked fans, particularly since Cyrus has been gushing about her excitement ever since they confirmed the engagement news.

"I'm so happy to be engaged and look forward to a life of happiness with Liam," Cyrus said in a statement.

Cyrus, the daughter of country music star Billy Ray Cyrus, spent the weekend tweeting about her "problems" which has added credence to the theory that she and Hemsworth have split.

"I got a lot on my mind," Cyrus tweeted on July 7.

"Happiness is not the absence of problems but the ability to deal with them," Cyrus later tweeted.

It is unclear whether Cyrus' latest tattoo is directly related to her alleged relationship woes. The singer has nine other including her first tattoo "Just Breathe" on her torso, "Karma" on her right index finger, and a cross on her right ring finger.