Ariana Grande tattooed the palm with Japanese kanji characters to honor her new song "7 Rings", but finally wrote "Chichirin", a kind of Japanese barbecue.
The pop singer posted Instagram on the new palm tattoo on Tuesday, but finally wiped it out after some fans warned him of the true meaning of his tattooed Japanese characters.
Ariana Grande wanted to tattoo her new hit "7 Rings", which debuted first in the Billboard chart with Japanese kanji characters ("七 輪"), but had no desired effect. America ended up with tattooing "shichirin", which means a small Japanese charcoal grill.
"The new Ariana Grande tattoo means a barbecue in Japanese rather than 7 rings". The singer replied in a message that has now been deleted and did not leave a character in the middle of characters. "Also … a big small grill fan," he joined humorously.
If the singer corrects the error, it will not be the first time she changes the tattoo. Last year he canceled Pete Davidson's late father's "8418" after engaging.