Ariana Grande Covered Up Another Pete Davidson Tattoo

November 1, 2018 / Posted by:

It was only a matter of time. Ever since Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson broke up at the beginning of October we’ve all been knowing that the two of them would eventually try to cover up all of those poor-decision tattoos they got inspired by each other. And I mean, there were a couple. Several, even. Well, Ariana has already covered up the “Pete” tattoo she got on her finger with a Band-Aid (that may have been covering up that Pete tattoo or a cover-up tattoo, all these cover-ups!!)  and she’s removed another inked memory of Pete from her hand. 

E! News says that Ariana posted to her Instagram story on Tuesday night, revealing by accident (or via purposeful stunt) that one of the tattoo’s inspired by Pete–the one on her hand which once said “Reborn”–was now a fern/feather-type situation. Wipe away those memories, Ari! Ah, the Summer of 2018: Ariana had a wild one. Here’s the evidence:

Tattoo cover-ups: aren’t they such a great solution for reactionary youth? No longer do people have to sit through painful laser removal just to still have the faint outline of a crappy tattoo linger on their bodies like the physical manifestation of their regret.

Pete has not made any public effort to cover up his poor life-choices, but stay tuned for him to get a another huge tattoo of Hillary Clinton‘s face to cover up Piggy Smalls.

But what about that perfume Ariana released which was inspired by Pete? What’s she going to do with all that? Stop selling it? Destroy the product? Keep your eyes peeled for Ariana to commit arson when she blows up her fragrance manufacturing factory. The lengths we go to to get over an ex.

Pic: Instagram

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