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Singer Ariana Grande has got a new tattoo, except for when she posted a photo of her new tat on Instagram, her fans were quick to point out that it was a spelling error.
Ariana Grande reportedly said, “no, Thank You, and Next to Pete Davidson is related to tattoo it on her own.
The singer took to her Instagram the Story earlier in the week to show off some new ink: A vine tattoo that wraps around her right index finger, as per Refinery29.
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“My hands are making me so happy,” she apparently wrote next to the picture.
However, the new ink is reportedly relate to an ancient “Harry Potter”-inspired tattoo, which Refinery29 is reported to read “to 9 ¾” — a reference to the platform, pupils from the School would go on to catch the train to the magical school.
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The Fans are now suspicious of the “7 Rings,” the singer covered up the tattoo is because of the supposed link to her ex-fiancé, D, which is well-known for his collection of “Harry Potter” tattoos. As Per an Insider, the former couple reportedly bonded over their love for the series.
Grande has several tattoos, including a well-known Japanese text tattoo that was meant to “Japanese-style-BBQ-grill” in place of the “7 Rings.” (The vocalist later on a spelling error.)