Pete Davidson has said “thank u, next” to yet another one of his Ariana Grande tattoos.
Tattoo artist Jon Mesa shared a photo to Instagram revealing Davidson’s new ink: The Tootsie Pop owl on the middle of his back.
But eagle-eyed (owl-eyed?) fans were quick to spot the previously unnoticed coverup of Davidson’s “mille tendresse” tattoo on the back of his neck, which is French for “a thousand tendernesses.” The SNL star got the Breakfast at Tiffany’s-homage to match Grande’s during their brief relationship and engagement.
The back of Davidson’s neck now reads “CURSED” in capital letters.
Their tumultuous relationship saw both players getting, then covering up, multiple tattoos for one another. Davidson filled in the “Dangerous Woman” bunny ear tattoo with a black heart, while Grande did the same with his name on her finger.
The pop star also covered up the word “reborn” with a leaf, as well as Davidson’s father’s firefighter badge number with the name Myron—her dog from deceased ex-boyfriend Mac Miller.
Pete Davidson got his matching tattoo (‘Mille Tendresse’, a reference to a line from one of Ariana Grande’s favorite movies) with his ex-wife covered with the word: “Cursed”. pic.twitter.com/IuW53YSJFs— Ariana Grande Access · Fan Account (@arianaaccesscom) February 12, 2019
Remember, kids: engagements can be called off, but tattoos are always. Except when it comes to coverups. Also you can laser them off. So do whatever you want because nothing lasts forever. Thank u, next.