Hopefully Ariana Grande will be a barbecue fan. The 25-year-old pop star got a tattoo in celebration of her new hit single, "7 Rings," but it looks like she took a small misstep on spelling.
Using Japanese kanji characters, Grande received the message in the palm of her hand. But fans on Twitter were quick to realize that the way the tattoo was written translates to "shichirin," which means a Japanese barbecue.
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Big originally posted a picture of the ink on Instagram, writing: "That was pretty good @kanenavasard jk (everyone thinks it's a fake hand, but actually it's … my hand").
Later, she deleted the image, as did her tweet by responding to a fan saying the misspelling.
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"In fact, I left out" つ の 指 ", which should have occurred between the two. It hurt like f ** k n still seems tight. I would not have lasted another lmao symbol. But this spot also peels a ton and will not last, so if I lose enough I will suffer with the whole thing next time, "wrote Grande in his message since the elimination.
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She joked, adding, "Also …. big fan of small grills. "
Big is not the first star to have a misspelled tattoo. Ed Sheeran was celebremente covered by the actress Saoirse Ronan during its video "Galway Girl", with the message "Galway Grill".