Ariana Grande celebrated the success of singles "7 rings" by tattooing her Japanese title in her hand. But fans familiar with Japanese quickly commented that something was wrong.
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When the singer published a picture on the social media, it was pointed out that the text on his palm did not mean seven rings, without shichirin, a kind of Japanese small barbecue.
Grande responded to one of the comments on Twitter and admitted that she had missed some characters.
"It makes it crazy, but I still thought it was tight. I did not create anybody to create a symbol," wrote an American artist, adding,
"But I'm also a big fan of small grills."
Ariana Grande has since removed pictures and comments, but CNN with several published screenshots and people on the Internet jokingly joking about the tattoo.