Ariana Grande Tries To Fix Tattoo Mistake, Drops '7 Rings' Remix With 2 Chainz
Ariana Grande’s wax figure was unveiled at Madame Tussauds Berlin on Thursday in Berlin, Germany. German actor Timur Bartels was on hand for the unveiling.
Meanwhile, Ari has dropped the remix for her latest single, "7 Rings." She teamed up with 2 Chainz to release the remix.
It seems the remix is Grande’s way of burying the hatchet with 2 Chainz, who accused the pop singer of lifting from his "Door Swangin" video.
"7 Rings" is the latest single off of Ariana’s upcoming album Thank U, Next, which she’ll be releasing next week.
In other Ariana news, as reported earlier, the singer intended to celebrate her chart-topping new single, "7 Rings," by having the title tattooed on her palm in Japanese characters – but she ended up accidentally paying tribute to a small barbecue grill. In an Instagram story Thursday, Grande posted a new video of her tattoo with the spelling corrected and thanked her doctor for the painkillers:
"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 really liked u," she wrote.
Except, it didn't exactly shake the BBQ reference.
According to a chat she had with her tutor, she was supposed to add the new kanji above and between the existing ones.
Instead, the updated tattoo has the new addition directly underneath the first one for "seven" and next to a heart. According to Buzzfeed Japan news reporter Eimi Yamamitsu, the new artwork now reads something to the effect of "Japanese BBQ finger."