Ariana Grande Tried To Fix Her Misspelled '7 Rings' Tattoo

Ariana Grande Tried To Fix Her Misspelled '7 Rings' Tattoo

Ariana Grande Tried To Fix Her Misspelled '7 Rings' Tattoo

Just yesterday Grande revealed her latest tattoo, a cute little Japanese text piece on her left hand dedicated to her new hit "7 Rings". In Japanese kanji, the characters translate to shichirin - a small charcoal grill.

"The second set of kanji characters are 指 which mean fingers and 指輪 means ring".

When those characters are combined, however, the meaning becomes completely different.

Thus, Ariana's tattoo now translates to "Japanese BBQ finger".

"Indeed, I left out "つの指" which should have gone in between", Grande wrote, using an expletive to indicate that the process was painful. I wouldn't have lasted one more symbol lmao (laughing my a- off).

Those well acquainted with the tattoo acquisition process know that the more permanent body art you get, the more likely you'll be to royally screw it up.

Fans online also commented on "7 Rings" sounding similar to 2 Chainz's own "Spend It" and juxtaposed the pink house in Grande's music video to 2 Chainz's pink "trap house" in Atlanta, where the rapper has offered free HIV testing.

More, this wouldn't be the first time Grande's had to fix a tattoo.

But in the unveiling of the updated tattoo, which has now also been deleted, it appears the character was placed directly underneath the character for seven instead of above and in between.

In an Instagram Story posted early Thursday, Grande showed off a revised tattoo. Thanks to my tutor for helping me to fix and to [tattoo artist Kane Navasard] for being a legend. Except, it wasn't better.

"Why... how... now Ariana's tattoo reads 'Japanese BBQ finger", Japan-based Buzzfeed reporter Eimi Yamamitsu tweeted.

Grande's Instagram caption concluded: "R.I.P. tiny charcoal grill. Miss u man. i actually really like u", the "Sweetener" star quipped in an Instagram Story with a shot of some new symbols scrawled on her palm.

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