Ariana Grande is no stranger to celebrating major milestones with a new tattoo (lest we forget the several inkings she got in honour of ex-fiancé Pete Davidson), so it's no surprise the pop star debuted a new one to celebrate the success of "7 Rings". Unfortunately, the tattoo didn't turn out as Ariana had planned.
A few days back, Ariana took to Instagram to share a picture of a new tattoo featuring Kanji characters on the palm of her hand. It was intended to say "7 Rings" in honour of the song, but fans quickly pointed out that it actually translated to "small BBQ grill." Soon after, Ari went to fix the tattoo and posted a new picture of it. However, another fan pointed out that the new tattoo translated to "Japanese BBQ finger."
On Feb. 2, TMZ reported that Ariana was allegedly offered a million dollar deal to get the tattoo removed, but the 'Thank U, Next' hitmaker wasn't having it.
Ariana subsequently took to Twitter, quote-tweeting the TMZ article and writing: "I’ll give y’all a million to get off my nuts."
Fans then backed her up, one of them tweeting "This is why I love you" while another said, "Miss Grande may have just ended TMZ."
Ariana has since deleted all her other Tweets and Instagrams in relation to the tattoo, making this the final and succinct word on the matter.
So, in the words of Ariana...Thank U, Next.
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