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5 February 2019, 10:51
By now everyone and their grandad know about Ariana Grande’s Japanese language tattoo fail.
Last week, Ariana Grande shared a photo of her new palm tattoo which was meant to read ‘7 rings’ in Japanese but actually read as ‘small grill’.
An evidently embarrassed Ariana revealed she couldn’t handle the pain, but resurfaced days later with a ‘fixed’ tattoo.
However, Ari fell victim again when a Japanese fan pointed out her new tattoo actually means “Japanese BBQ finger”.
The singer at first seemed to be joining in on a few jokes but things turned sour after some critics took offense.
In a now deleted response to a person who demanded an apology, Ari wrote: “I have actually, many a time. I also went back and got it fixed with the help of my tutor to be more accurate.”
She went on to say that many others make the ol’ foreign language tattoo fail, but don’t care culturally unlike her who at least cared enough to rectify the mistake.
According to reports, LaserAway apparently offered her a £1.5 million deal to have the ink removed.
Ariana hilariously replied on Twitter, tweeting: “i’ll give y’all a million to get off my n**s.”
i’ll give y’all a million to get off my nuts https://t.co/7yMyP0eHtt— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) February 2, 2019
Doesn’t sound like too bad of a deal now.