Pop star Ariana Grande was confused by the disruption of the tattoo. The American singer actually wanted her hit title “7 Rings” to be tattooed on her palm with Japanese characters, but the word “shichirin” appeared, a small Japanese coal grill, as reported by the Guard.
25-year-old girl posted a photo with a tattoo on his hand in Instagram. Fans made Grande, a vegan, quickly aware of the mistake. Meanwhile, the post of the singer in Instagram has been removed. On Twitter, Internet users responded with a sneer at the mistake.
In later deleted tweets, Grande reported failure according to reports; it lacks a character. But she stressed that the tattoo will not last long anyway – the skin on the palm will grow faster, the tattoos will be blurred.
Hit Grandes "7 Rings" was viewed more than 100 million times on YouTube and flew to the top of the US chart.
In December, the singer was named Woman of the Year at the Billboard Women In Music event. In her welcoming speech, she looked back at an eventful year: “I would like to say that I’m wondering that this was also one of the best years of my career and probably the worst in my life.” In 2018, not only did the relationship with Davidson fail, but her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller also died.