Ariana Grande Fixes Misspelled Japanese Hand Tattoo

Ariana Grande Fixes Misspelled Japanese Hand Tattoo

However, lots of fans noticed that the tattoo was missing a symbol and actually translated to "shichirin," a word for a BBQ grill. She posted a photo on her Instagram Stories, explaining that she had to take a shot of lidocaine to endure the pain she was in.

The track, which heads up her new album thank u, next on February 8, is Grande's fourth Number 1 on the Irish Singles Chart.

The pop star had meant to permanently celebrate her new single "7 Rings" with a tattoo, but instead, her fans were quick to point out that she was missing a few characters and instead had tattooed the word "shichirin", which translates to a small Japanese-style charcoal grill. The only way you get 7 rings is if you read from the top to the bottom and then left to right. On Twitter, she tagged the rapper and wrote "tonight" along with an emoji of a diamond ring.

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"Slightly better. Thanks to my tutor for helping me fix and to @kanenavassard for being a legend". Ariana, however readily accepted the mistake and was seen trying to fix up her already imprinted tattoo on the palm of her hand.

In the since-deleted tweet to a fan who called out the error, Grande responded, "indeed, I left out "つの指" which should have gone in between". Among his typical barrage of jaunts, jest, and similes, there's one line that seems to acknowledge his influence on the "7 Rings" music video: "My ideas are priceless / I know I'm the nicest", he raps. "Miss u man. I actually really liked u (sic)". "Also that's how u end up w tiny grill / circle / tambourine on your hand".