Ariana Grande Mocked For Japanese Tattoo Typo

Ariana’s Newest Tattoo Is All Over Social Media Pop star Ariana Grande is a vegan. However, she just tattooed an accidental homage to a Japanese barbecue grill on her...

Ariana’s Newest Tattoo Is All Over Social Media

Pop star Ariana Grande is a vegan. However, she just tattooed an accidental homage to a Japanese barbecue grill on her palm.

The US singer’s attempt to ink an ode to her hit single 7 Rings backfired Wednesday after social media quickly chimed in to tell her the characters actually translated to “shichirin”: a small charcoal grill. Grande, 25, had posted a now-deleted photo of the new body art on Instagram before her fans pointed out the spelling error.

In widely shared screenshots of now-deleted tweets, Grande acknowledged she had forgotten a symbol but noted that the design won’t last, as the skin on the palm regrows faster than that on the rest of the body and tattoos there usually fade.

“Indeed, I left out ‘つの指’ which should have gone in between. It hurt and still looks tight. I wouldn’t have lasted one more symbol lmao,” she tweeted. “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.”

Her apparent nonchalance didn’t stop Twitter from skewering her with memes and mockery. Some were ironically sympathetic: “Met with all the Asians, and our official ruling is that the Ariana Grande tattoo is good,” wrote Twitter user Kevin Nguyen.

The video for 7 Rings boasts more than 100 million views on YouTube and debuted at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart. That success follows Grande’s record-smashing break-up anthem Thank U, Next, which also debuted at the chart’s pinnacle.

Her album, also titled Thank U, Next is set for release on February 8.

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