Ariana Grande’s newest tattoo is the talk of the town. But, it may not be for the reasons you might be thinking.
Take a look for yourself:
Ariana Grande’s new tattoo “七輪” means Japanese style bbq grill, not 7 rings. 😭 If you want to know about 七輪, just google “SHICHIRIN” pic.twitter.com/HuQM2EwI62
— *amo* (@hey__amo) January 30, 2019
In a now-deleted Instagram post, Grande’s attempt to tribute her latest single, ‘7 Rings’ in Japanese backfired. Instead, her newest tattoo turned out to be an ode to ‘a small charcoal grill.’
Soon after displaying the newest tat to the world, her fans flooded her comments section, trying to explain the Sweetener singer that tattoo translates to ‘shichirin’ which means a small charcoal grill. After the debacle unfolded, the singer was nonchalant about the error writing, “Pls leave me and my tambourine grill alone. thank u.”
Previously, Grande has been slammed for using Asian culture for aesthetic purposes, but that did not stop the 25-year-old pop-star for getting a tattoo in Japanese. Grande’s hit single ‘7 Rings’ a song from her upcoming album ‘Thank U, Next’ has garnered more than 100 million views on YouTube. And, it has also debuted at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
If you are a Grande stan, get ready for her album ‘Thank U, Next’ all set to release on 8th February.
And, Twitter-verse was amused:
— Chantelle Ortega (@ChantelleOrteg1) January 30, 2019
to be clear i’m a fan of Ariana Grande but her accidentally getting a tattoo in Japanese that says “small charcoal grill” instead of “7 rings” is genuinely one of the funnest things i’ve ever heard
— ellie (@holy_schnitt) January 30, 2019
Ariana Grande bringing back misspelled Japanese character tats is peak 2000s nostalgia
— Molly Lambert 🦔 (@mollylambert) January 30, 2019
She’s rich she can just buy another hand
— ✩✩ (@cherryjujae) January 30, 2019
(Image Credits: Ariana Grande’s Instagram)