Ariana Grande isn’t just saying ‘Thank U, Next’ to her ex Pete Davidson, she’s also saying ‘Thank U, Next’ to the feck load of tatts that they got inked together when they were dating for 25 seconds.
The pint-sized pop star got the tattoo dedicated to her ex-fiancé’s father covered up and in its place she’s paid tribute to her late ex-boyfriend Mac Miller‘s dog Myron.
“Look at my Myron [tattoo],” the 25-year-old said in the behind-the-scenes clip for her new music video. “Guys, look. How cool, right?”
The new tattoo obscures the 8418 ink that Grande got in June as a tribute to Davidson’s fireman dad, who died on 9/11. The number was the comedian’s late father’s FDNY badge number.
Mac Miller adopted Myron, the pit bull mix back in January 2017 while he was dating Grande and she’s since revealed that he’s living with her for a few months and was “her everything.”
Since splitting up with Pete in October, both heartbroken lovers have gotten a few of the tatts they inked in honour of each other concealed in some way.
Grande covered up the “Pete” tattoo on her left ring finger with a black heart and inked over another that said “Reborn” on her left thumb, while the comic changed a tattoo of Grande’s “Dangerous Woman” bunny ear logo behind his ear to a black heart.
It’s the rite of passage for a modern day break up, isn’t it?
Unfollow on Instagram, return the phone charger, conceal the tatts.