Below, check out a screenshot of Grande's recent Instagram Story, posted at some point early Thursday, wherein the "thank u, next" singer gives a good-humored eulogy to to the "tiny charcoal grill" tattoo that she "actually really liked".
Ariana Grande may well have had this Taylor Swift song in her head when she chose to fix her misspelled tattoo after it became the butt of online jokes. "Thanks to my tutor for helping me fix and to @kanenavasard for being a legend", she wrote alongside a photo of her new ink on Instagram Wednesday.
"Unfortunately for Grande, rather than reading "7 rings" as originally intended, that new translation now reads: "Japanese BBQ finger ♡. 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", the 25-year-old wrote".
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Ari shared a video to her story on January 31, early in the morning, showing her corrected tattoo. "RIP tiny charcoal grill". He posted a photo of Grande's tatted-up hand to his Instagram on Tuesday and tagged the singer, writing, "If you didn't know, @arianagrande is a G".
Clearly, Grande should stop trying to get this tattoo corrected.
As Kotaku reported, because characters are sometimes read top to bottom and right to left, adding the new kanji character beneath the existing "七" would make the tattoo translate into nonsense.
Ariana Grande appears to have 'fixed' her most recent tattoo, but only in the broadest sense possible. If it's read left to right, it still translates to "small barbecue grill finger ♥".