Ariana Grande makes botched Japanese tattoo even worse
02 February, 2019, 07:12 | Author: Regina Boyd
Though she tried to write the flub off as a simple incompletion, Grande went and got the tattoo "fixed" only to find out it's still wrong. Most recently, it was after she had a tattoo removed that read "8414", the badge number of "Saturday Night Live" star Pete Davidson's late firefighter dad who died in the attacks on September 11th.
The singer also shared a screenshot of her conversation with her Japanese tutor who was faced with the very hard task of changing "BBQ Grill" to "7 Rings". She chose to have it inked not in English, but Japanese, but it unfortunately let to a botch-up.
Sadly, Ari's ink problems still may not be over... as it turns out, her updated work might have an even sillier meaning now than before.
Earlier this week, Ariana Grande debuted a new tattoo which was supposed to say "Seven Rings" in Japanese. Instead, Grande inked the symbol directly below the existing tattoo and added a heart symbol beside it.
"So, although she has all the necessary kanji components on her palm, they're all laid out in a mixed up, confusing, nonsensical jumble". Behold, the 2 Chainz-featuring "7 rings" Remix below.
And obviously everyone jumped in to offer their own opinions on the goof-up.
When Ariana originally had it corrected, she posted on Instagram: "Slightly better".
According to Buzzfeed, the placement of the symbol makes no sense when reading it in Japanese as the language it read vertically from top to bottom as well as right to left. For the aesthetic? Please.
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