Pete Davidson Has Already Paid Tribute To His New Pet Pig With A Tattoo

September 19, 2018 / Posted by:

Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande recently elevated their commitment to each other by co-parenting a new baby micro pig. And Entertainment Tonight reports that two days ago, Pete’s tattoo artist Instagrammed a picture of the latest work to get added to Pete’s ever-growing art gallery on his body. It would appear he recently got a tattoo of Winnie the Pooh (that kind of looks like a Shrinky Dink of Pooh that was left in the toaster oven too long), and a scribbled interpretation of their new pig, which apparently has been bestowed with the name: Piggy Smallz.

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Although maybe it’s because I’m not wearing my glasses, but it kind of reads like Piggy Smallth to me, which makes sense if the goal was to spell it how Mike Tyson might pronounce it. And I’d also love an explanation as to why Piggy Smallz is wearing what appears to be Superstar Barbie’s earrings on his face, but I’m happy to wait for that.

I’m sure Pete and Ariana thought they’d hit the creative punny pet name jackpot with Piggy Smallz, but sadly they’re not the first. Megan Fox once owned a pig named Piggy Smalls, but she had to give it away after he became “sexually aggressive.” A potbelly pig named Piggy Smalls also made the news last year in Oregon after escaping from its owners and going on the run from police for several months. Do your research next time, you two! If they had, they would have known that Gettin’ Piggy With It just has so much more pizzazz.

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