While Ariana Grande may be grateful for her most recent ex, she does not want her name tattooed forever. Grande posted a teaser image of her "Thank U, Next" music video on her Instagram, and attentive fans noticed that the singer had covered a tattoo of Pete Davidson's first name on her finger with a black heart.
Davidson also covered a tattoo behind the ear, an interpretation of Grande & # 39; s Dangerous woman Rabbit ears, with a black heart in October.
The couple made several tattoos to each other during their four-month relationship. Previously, Grande had redone another tattoo related to Davidson in his hand, covering it with a pen.
"I have no words to describe how much I love and I am eternally grateful for these human beings who constantly help me turn lemons into lemonade and literally heal me and rejoin me," he wrote in a story dedicated to Instagram in the that showed the tattoo.
Through the covered tattoos, both stars have been reluctant to speak ill of their former partner. Great, of course, turned his feelings into an ode of great success. Davidson put the kibosh in a sketch related to Grande and tackled the talk head-on in a segment of Saturday night live"Weekend update".
"The truth is that it's nobody's business," Davidson said. "Sometimes things just do not work and it's okay, he's a wonderful and strong person and I really wish him all the happiness in the world."