Singer Ariana Grande, was mocked for her new tattoo in Japanese characters, which read something completely different from what she had wanted. The star shared a picture of her new tattoo on Instagram, explaining its significance. Ariana went on to say that the tattoo was in honour of her song 7 Rings and what it meant to her. However, fans were quick to point out that the words on her palm were misspelled. What Ariana believed 7 Rings was actually the word 'shichirin', which is Japanese for a form of barbeque. However, after taking advice from her tutor, the artist quickly corrected the mistake and got her desired words tattooed, this time correctly. She later posted the corrected version on Snapchat, saying 'Slightly better. Thanks to my tutor for helping me fix it. And also to my doctor for the lidocaine shots. RIP tiny charcoal grill. Miss u man. I actually really liked u”.