Ariana Grande has never had a problem saying what she thinks and refusing to sit while making false claims against her.
On February 3, the singer went to Twitter to finally establish the record on his badly written tattoo that continues to be news.
After getting a tattoo in his hand with a phrase in Japanese that is currently translated as “Japanese BBQ Grill”, Grande has always asked for cultural help and wants to finally make things clear.
Big has been facing tremendous reaction
On January 29, Ariana Grande revealed that she had made a new tattoo to commemorate her successful single, “7 Rings” being the number 1 worldwide.
The singer planned to tattoo “7 rings” on her hand in Japanese, but after revealing the new ink, the fans quickly pointed out that the tattoo said something else.
The fans revealed to Grande that, instead of getting the name of his song, he actually had a tattooed “grill” on his hand.
After learning of the error, Ariana Grande approached Twitter to reveal how she agreed with her new tattoo and even wrote why her tattoo says what it says.
In a tweet now deleted, Grande wrote: “In fact, I omitted ‘つ の 指”, which should have entered the middle. It hurt as if f – k n still looked tight. It would not have lasted one more symbol, lmao. But this point also takes off a ton and does not last, so if I lose it enough, I’ll suffer all the time next time. ”
Ariana Grande then went on to have the tattoo “fixed,” but only made it worse by having the tattoo now say “Japanese BBQ Grill.”
It all started with a tweet
Shortly after Ariana Grande revealed her ink already finished, fans still called the singer for her failed attempt to fix a tattoo.
A laser removal company even offered the singer $ 1.5 million to get rid of her mistake if she agrees to be part of a few promotional events.
On February 3, Ariana Grande responded to the offer on Twitter by writing: “I will give everyone a million to go crazy”.
After that initial tweet, the singer launched into a tirade on Twitter calling people who continue to mention their badly written tattoo.
Grande wrote in a chain of tweets now deleted: “I also came back and fixed it with the help of my tutor to be more precise, I can not read or write kanji, obviously, what do you want me to do? It was done out of love and appreciation. What do you want me to say?”
Ariana Grande continued: “Do you know how many people make this mistake and you do not mind just because they like what it looks like? … I care so much.” What would you like me to say or do?
Many fans have been fiercely calling Grande to appropriate Japanese culture not only with his tattoo but also with his merchandise.
Ariana Grande took the time to refer to that in her tweets, “There is a difference between appropriation and appreciation,” he added. “My Japanese fans were always excited when I wrote in Japanese or used sayings on my clothes. however, all products with Japanese were removed from my site, not that anyone has been concerned about noticing it. ”
This is not the first time that Ariana Grande is accused of cultural appropriation.
Last month, the singer received a tremendous amount of violent reactions after fans believed she was appropriating black culture in the music video for “7 Rings.”