Ariana Grande, like her ex-fiancé Pete Davidson, has many tattoos—which is interesting because I rarely see her tattoos, probably due to the fact Grande regularly pairs thigh-high boots and a sweatshirt worn as a dress. She might want to cover up her newest tattoo—or make another appointment to finish it—as it allegedly reads “charcoal barbecue grill” in Japanese.
I’m as much of a fan of grilled meats as anyone, and if it was written in English, such a tattoo might be funny—but the fact it’s written in Japanese reads like Grande went to hibachi and thought “Ha ha ha, isn’t this so CUTE?” When Grande posted a photo of the tattoo without a translation on Tuesday night, followers deduced that the tattoo is supposed to say “7 Rings,” in reference to her new song, but crucially, lacks some characters.
Grande deleted the photo, but the internet has screenshots:
The explanation? Grande says it hurt too much, given its location on her palm, to finish the whole tattoo. She has since deleted that tweet, too.
indeed, i left out “つの指” which should have gone in between. it hurt like fuck n still looks tight. i wouldn’t have lasted one more symbol lmao. but this spot also peels a ton and won’t last so if i miss it enough, i’ll suffer thru the whole thing next time.
This isn’t Grande’s first tattoo in Japanese; she has another one that says “let’s sing”.
What’s Chris Pratt been up to since getting engaged? Not much, just sheering some pretty impressive sheep:
He’s all about farm life now.
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