Pete Davidson Covers Ariana Grande-Inspired Tattoo With A Bold Statement
By Hayden Brooks
February 11, 2019
Pete Davidson recently covered up another one of his Ariana Grande-inspired tattoos and the newly-edited ink is quite telling.
As you know, the Saturday Night Live comedian has been dusting off traces of ink that he received during his time with the pop titan and his new neck piece is the latest effort in that goal. On Saturday (February 9), tattoo artist Jon Mesa shared a photo of Davison's back, which features a new Tootsie Pop owl tattoo, but many eyes were drawn to the comedian's neck. In place of the "mille tendresse" neck tattoo, which he received with his ex-fianceé and means "a thousand tendernesses" in French, the word "cursed" now appears in bold black letters.
Just last week, Grande was questioned about her thoughts on Davidson and his new coupling with Kate Beckinsale. Asked if she thought the two make a good couple, Grande kept her response short and sweet, yelling, "So cute." Meanwhile, multiple sources recently told Us Weekly that the singer isn't phased at all about the pairing because she has music on her mind. "Ariana isn’t bothered at all," multiple insiders told the outlet. "The focus is entirely on the album coming out on Friday and can’t wait for fans to hear."
Davidson and Beckinsale sparked romantic rumors in January when folks saw the pair flirting at InStyle's Golden Globes afterparty. However, the real romantic proof arrived when the two were spotted by photographers leaving Lago Bar hand-in-hand in Los Angeles early Saturday morning.
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