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Ariana Grande Tries To Fix Botched Tattoo & Fucks Up Again!

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Ariana Grande is the latest celebrity to make a complete fool of herself.

As we reported, Ariana Grande fucked up her new tattoo that was supposed to spell “7 Rings” in Japenese. Instead, it literally translates to “BBQ grill.”

So, what did she do? Fuck it up more! According to TMZ, Grande added a digit to her Japanese tattoo in an attempt to fix the translation error. It’s slightly better. But, still wrong.

Grande shared an updated picture of her new ink by stating:

“Slightly better. thanks to my tutor for helping me fix and to @kanenavasard for being a legend. and to my doctor for the lidocaine shots (no joke). rip tiny charcoal grill. miss you man. i actually liked u.”

But here’s the gag! It still doesn’t spell “7 Rings.” According to sources, she added a character that translates to “finger.” So now, it reads “Japanese BBQ finger.”

So, we are not sure if it’s better or worse, to be honest. Maybe a third cover-up will fix this one. Or, she could just stick to singing. Thank u, next!

So, what do you all believe about this Ariana Grande pop-star fuckery? Please comment below and for more WTF news, keep it locked here at hypefresh.co!

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