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Ariana Grande after error in tattoo: “Let me and my barbecue in peace’

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The new single of Ariana Grande, ‘7 rings’, is a success. The 25-year-old singer decided to celebrate with a tattoo, a Japanese translation of the title track. They ended, however, with small barbecue’ on her palm.

The popular singer had accidentally made a tribute to the ‘shichirin’, a typical small Japanese grill plate or barbecue, tattooing. Grande posted a photo of the new body art on social media, but deleted the picture after fans of her being on the error.

The small tattoo was an ode to her new singel, 7 Rings. The tattoo was also a translation of the title in Japanese characters.

On deleted screenshots shows Ariana Grande that there is, indeed, a symbol to little tattooed on her palm. “I have, indeed, a character omitted that between them had to come”, said Grande on Twitter. ‘It hurt like fuck, ” she said, freely translated as: ‘did an awful lot of pain. “But it still looks tight.”

According to Grande will be the tattoo not long to see, as the skin in that place often to refresh. The popular singer saw the joke in. She later wrote: “Let me and my barbecue, please rest. Thank you.”

Despite her nonchalance came there on social media a lot of responses.

Her new album, Thank You, Next a break up album – will appear on 8 February.

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