It is a pity that the American pop star Ariana Grande is a vegan. He has just tattooed a few Japanese characters that refer to the Asian country barbecue.
The 25-year-old singer wanted the Japanese to have a tattooed translation of "7 rings" (seven rings), her latest success title, in the palm.
The artist posted a photo result on social network Instagram but quickly erased it after internet users told her that her tattoo didn't mean what she thought. Due to a lack of spelling, the message does not apply to seven rings, but to a small Japanese charcoal grill.
With several tweets that ended in deletion, Ariana Grande admitted that she had forgotten the symbol, but she hoped that the tattoo would be deleted because the palm of the hand's skin would be restored before other parts of the body.
The 7-ring video released in mid-January has been a success for YouTube, with over 100 million views, and has complemented the singles charts in the United States.
The next star album, very popular among teenagers, will be unveiled on February 8th.