Whilst another added: "For anyone who wonders, it now says she has bbq fingers. And to my doctor for the (numbing medication) lidocaine shots (no joke)", the star wrote alongside a black and white snap of her design on her Instagram Stories. Ariana finally got her tattoo updated on Wednesday and updated its new pictures on her Instagram story.
It seems Ariana wasn't the biggest fan of the tatt because while we might have tried to amend it, fans pointed out on social media the message still isn't right.
A BuzzFeed Japan reporter was quick to point out that the new, incorrect placement of the additional kanji characters actually made it read "Japanese barbecue finger".
Jen Frederick tweeted: "If she's learning Japanese, she should fire her tutor".
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Other fans were amused that Grande had fallen into the stereotype of getting a tattoo in a different language without realising it meant something completely different to what she thought it did.
"Indeed, I left out 'つの指" which should have gone in between. Online reported. "It hurt like f*** n still looks tight".
"Noooo don't do that", one comment read on Grande's now deleted Instagram post, "It means "Japanese small charcoal grill"!" I wouldn't have lasted one more symbol lmao.
On Thursday, Ariana revealed that she had suffered through pain to add more characters that she thought would fix the problem.