Too bad pop star Ariana Grande is a vegan – her tea tattooed a glorious glory on the Japanese grill grill on the palm.
US singer attempt to print an ode to her hit one 7 Rings went back on Wednesday after social media quickly signed up to tell her the characters actually translated Shixirin: small charcoal grill.
Grande, 25, had posted a now deleted photo from the new body art Instagram before her fans pointed out the mistake.
In widespread screenshots of the now deleted tweets, Grande admitted that there was a lack of characters, but noted that the design would not last long because the skin in the palm regrows faster than the rest of the body and tattoos there usually fade.
"Indeed, I left" つ の 指 ", which should have been between. It hurt as fuck n still looks tight. I wouldn't have passed one more lmao symbol, ”she tweeted. "But this place will also peel the tone and it won't be so long if I miss it, it will suffer the next time through everything."
Later she wrote: "Pls leave me and my tambourine grill. Thank you. "
Her obvious mismatch did not stop Twitter that he had them with dumb and ridicule.
Some were ironically sympathetic: "We met all the Asians, and our official decision is that the Ariana Grande tattoo is good," wrote Twitter user Kevin Nguyen.
Video with 7 rings has over 100m of YouTube view and debuted at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
This success follows Grande's record-breaking anthem Thanks U, Next, which also debuted at the top of the chart.
Her album, also called U.
Then Grande has published a tattoo update on her Instagram account saying, "A little better. Thanks to my teacher for helping me. RIP tiny charcoal grill. Miss u man. I really liked u.