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Anyway, despite having the word "grill" tatted on her palm, Ari has once again found herself being roasted (ha, haha, hahaha, see what we did there?) on Twitter.

In order to fix the error, Grande has paid another visit to tattoo artist Kane Navasard, and on Wednesday, she uploaded a new photo of the updated ink.

She later took steps to have it corrected, going back to the same tattooist to fix it, which she revealed the results of on her Instagram on Thursday.

The singer recently got a tattoo in Japanese that's supposed to say "7 Rings", after her latest single. "And why does she hate her?" one fan tweeted in dismay.

"Why... how... now Ariana's tattoo reads 'Japanese BBQ finger", Japan-based Buzzfeed reporter Eimi Yamamitsu tweeted.

Grande previously explained that she'd left out characters from the initial tattoo because the inking process "hurt like f**k" and she couldn't sit through the entire session.

However, the singer may want to get better advice after her attempt to fix it went horribly wrong. "I wouldn't have lasted one more symbol lmao. 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". If it's read left to right, it still translates to "small barbecue grill finger ♥".

Ariana Grande's trap-infused, Thank U, Next single "7 Rings" came with a visual centered around an iconic pink house.

She added on the Instagram post: "RIP tiny charcoal grill".

Other fans were amused that Grande had fallen into the stereotype of getting a tattoo in a different language without realising it meant something completely different to what she thought it did.


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