Pete Davidson Covers Up Matching Tattoo He Got With Ariana Grande With The Word ‘CURSED’
Pete Davidson’s being called “savage” after the tattoo artist he went to for his latest ink revealed that the matching tattoo the star got with ex-Ariana Grande has been replaced with the words, “CURSED.”
Tattoo artist Jon Mesa posted a picture on his Instagram tagging the 25-year-old “Saturday Night Live” star revealing the new tattoo Davidson recently had gotten included the famous Tootsie Pop Owl sitting on a branch sucking on a lollipop, according to FOX News Tuesday. (RELATED: Celebrate Kate Beckinsale’s Birthday With Her Best Instagram Looks [SLIDESHOW])
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But it was eagle-eyed fans who noticed that the “SNL” star’s neck tattoo he had done when he was with the “Thank U, Next” singer that read, “mille tendresse,” translated to “a thousand tendernesses” was covered up. In its place was a large red block of ink with the words in all caps that read, “CURSED.”
Grande had the same neck ink which she had received four years prior. (Pete Davidson Blocks Ariana Grande On Social Media: ‘You’re Not Good For My Health’)
During the pairs brief engagement which ended in October, the duo had gotten a handful of artwork done that was dedicated to one another.
As previously reported, the “God Is A Woman” singer has a history of changing her ink. Recently, fans noticed she had removed a tattoo that read, “8418,” which was the badge number of Davidson’s father, who was a firefighter in New York City during the September 11, 2001, attacks. In place of it, she got ink that was a tribute to her ex’s, Mac Miller’s, dog. She also covered up a finger ink that read Pete’s name with just a black heart.