Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson were famous for getting tattoos while they were together, but it seems that things have not changed even after their separation.
The former couple, who canceled things in October, each showed a new tattoo on the black heart recently: Davidson's ink behind his ear, Grande's on his left finger, which covered the previous ink dedicated to each other.
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At the beginning of your relationship, the Saturday night live The star, 25, received a mask with bunny ears inspired by Playboy (the one that Grande wore on the cover Dangerous woman Album) tattooed on the left side of his neck.
But just a few days before they announced their separation, Davidson had covered the ink with a big black heart.
And on Friday, while joking with his upcoming music video "Thank U, Next", Grande, 25, posted a photo on Instagram with his new ink: a black heart on his left ring finger.
The new design hid her "Pete" cursive tattoo, which had debuted for her ex-boyfriend at the end of June, but then covered herself with a Band-Aid days after the breakup.
The singer of "No Tears Left to Cry" is known for using black hearts in social networks, especially after their separation. After a fan asked Grande if the symbol had a hidden meaning, the pop star simply said it was because he felt "empty."
"Jk, I'm empty and my heart is black now," he said. tweeted on November 15.
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Davidson and Grande have a total of five shared designs and nine tattoos in total inspired by their romantic whirlwind.
The former couple also shared clouds on their fingers, the "mille tendresse" quote from the 1961 film Breakfast at Tiffany & # 39; s on the back of their necks, and "8418" in honor of Davidson's late father, who died on September 11 on the singer's ankle and the comedian's arm.
In addition, the couple had the word "reborn" and "H2GKMO" (an abbreviation of Grande's favorite saying, "Honest to God, knock me out") on their thumbs, which they got after committing in June. Great, however, since then he has covered the word with a pen.
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After finishing his engagement, Davidson joked about his tattoos in honor of his ex-girlfriend.
"What else is happening? Um, I've been covering a lot of tattoos, that's fun, I'm f-zero for two in the tattoo [department]", Commented in a charity comedy with Judd Apatow.
His comment referred to the fact that before his relationship with Grande, he had the face of his ex-girlfriend Cazzie David inked on his arm. That tattoo has also been covered.
"Yes, I'm afraid of tattooing my mom, that's how bad it is," he joked during his routine.
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Once Apatow joined Davidson on stage, the SNL The star revealed that even his friends had come to agree with all the critics who spoke against the decision of the couple to get tattoos.
"So, obviously you know, me, us [Ariana] We broke up or whatever, but when we got engaged, she and I got tattoos, "he said." And it was like in a magazine like, was Pete Davidson stupid? And 93 percent said yes. "
"So, my boy, he was like," Do not listen to that man, man. "They're literally" enemies, "he continued." And I'm like, "Yeah. I'm not stupid. "And the other day we were in my kitchen and he said," Yo hermano. It turns out that you were stupid. "