Ariana Grande's Tattoogate shows no sign of calming. After bowing graciously in the face of criticism of his misspelled tattoo, Grand scored a session with his tattoo artist as quickly as possible – evidence that he appeared on his Instagram with a nod to his "tutor" @ kanenavasard, shortly thereafter.

But take this, nearby sources TMZ are saying that the Ariana Grande tattoo edition still does not read or broadcast "7 Rings" as intended. Ariana Grande and her tutor thought that adding an additional character would clarify things; they were completely wrong. The modified tattoo on his palm now legibly reads: "Japanese barbecue finger" which, in a way, only aggravates the issue with the original tat.

In fact, Grande should have done the foreground research on her second attempt. Life is not replete with opportunities for recovery, especially when it comes to cultural sensitivity or ambiguity.

For what it's worth, Ariana Grande has a history of covering up unfortunate tattoos, just ask Pete Davidson. And in all honesty, let's hope that the doses of lidocaine that your doctor gave her relief are useful when Twitter looks at the situation for a second – quite frankly, there are many reasons to believe that Twitter is not halfway the remains of yesterday's roasting. The second wave of hilarity is fast approaching.