Ariana Grande’s new Japanese tattoo reads ‘barbecue grill’ instead of ‘7 Rings’

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The pop star's latest single, "7 Rings", took the No. 1 position on the Billboard Top 100 recently, and to celebrate, Grande made a decision to get a tattoo in the song's honor.

"Ariana Grande's new tattoo "七輪" means Japanese style bbq grill, not 7 rings", one user tweeted.

Ariana Grande is the latest star to proudly unveil fresh ink only to have fans point out it doesn't say quite what she wanted it to.

'I wouldn't have lasted one more symbol lmao.

"I'M SCREAMING did ariana grande really tattoo the japanese kanji of bbq grill on her hand SIS".

And she followed up in a second post: 'Also. huge fan of BBQ grills'. Interestingly enough, Ariana apparently got this detail correct in the song's music video.

Grande acknowledged the tattoo typo in a since deleted Twitter reply to a user pointing out the mistake.

During their romance the pair (and particularly Grande) were very open in sharing their relationship with the world across numerous public outings with plenty of PDAs, and some fairly intimate details shared across Twitter and Instagram.

Singer Ariana Grande arrives at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala (Met Gala) to celebrate the opening of "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination" in the Manhattan borough of New York May 7, 2018. Following the release of the music video fro "7 Rings", a resurgence of criticism prompted The Atlantic to publish an article articulating how "the singer wears a culture as a costume".

Musician Ariana Grande received some bad news this week after showing off a new tattoo of hers on Instagram.

"Me and my friends went to Tiffany's together, just because we needed some retail therapy", Grande said in the interview, revealing she gave diamond rings to her pals.

And hey, if Grande doesn't want to wait for her palm tattoo to rub away over time, which it likely will, she can just pay to have it laser-removed.