Ariana Grande's latest tattoo may be in honor of her hit single "7 Rings," but it turns out the ink is just another "Problem" for the 25-year-old pop star.
ET reports that after Grande posted pics of her new hand tattoo, written in Japanese Kanji character symbols, fans were quick to point out that the ink contained a misspelling and that what it actually says is "shichirin," which is a kind of barbecue grill. Grande responded by tweeting, "Indeed, I left out [certain characters] which should have gone in between.
It hurt like f**k and still looks tight. I wouldn't have lasted one more symbol...also huge fan of tiny bbq grills."
However, she ultimately wound up deleting all her posts pertaining to the tattoo typo.