The body art now somewhat hilariously translates to "small charcoal grill finger heart".
Now Grande has finished her painful but "tight" tattoo, sharing a picture of the updated ink on her Instagram story and thanking her doctors.
On Thursday, Ariana revealed that she had suffered through pain to add more characters that she thought would fix the problem.
"7 rings" is set to appear on Ariana Grande's forthcoming album thank u, next, her second album in six months following the release of last year's Sweetener.
Grande previously explained that she'd left out characters from the initial tattoo because the inking process "hurt like f**k" and she couldn't sit through the entire session.
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However, her legion of Japanese fans pointed out that the characters actually translate to "shichirin", which means a small barbecue grill.
Grande showed off her plans to fix the ink.
Like anyone who's been in this sort of situation, Grande seemed embarrassed and immediately made moves to rectify her mistake when the goof got signal-blasted all over social media. The tattoo is a reference to her latest single, which bears the same name. Miss u man. I actually really liked u, ' the pop star wrote alongside the black and white snap of her palm.
Unbeknown to the Nickelodeon alum, Japanese is written and read top to bottom and right to left. Welcome to the club, Ariana Grande!
But Grande's fans and critics alerted her that the characters didn't mean "seven rings" in Japanese as she probably intended.