However, fans of the star were quick to point out the tattoo had actually been spelt incorrectly.
"I'M SCREAMING did Ariana Grande really tattoo the Japanese kanji of bbq grill on her hand SIS", one person tweeted. "The only way you get 7 rings is if you read from the top to the bottom and then left to right (sic)".
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The 25-year-old later took to Twitter to show-off her new inking only to discover a rather embarrassing problem.
"Slightly better. Thanks to my tutor for helping me fix and to @kanenavassard for being a legend". And to my doctor for the lidocaine shots (no joke).
In her defense, Grande has been taking the jokes quite well even captioning a now-deleted post of the new tattoo "rip tiny charcoal grill".
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However, Ariana suggested that she wasn't planning to have it amended because she claimed she wouldn't have been able to cope with the pain of having it made longer and wasn't expecting the design to stay permanent anyway. Among his typical barrage of jaunts, jest, and similes, there's one line that seems to acknowledge his influence on the "7 Rings" music video: "My ideas are priceless / I know I'm the nicest", he raps. "But this spot also peels a ton and won't last so if I miss it enough I'll suffer thru the whole thing next time".
And she admitted that she liked the unintended message.
Ariana Grande also apologized to her fans for the blunder caused by her and she also consulted with a friend who happens to fluent in Japanese language regarding the fixing of the tattoo.
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