Ariana Grande didn’t just dip on Pete Davidson … she also dipped on her Pete tattoos.
After covering up her “Pete” finger tattoo with a black heart — one that matched the heart Davidson used to cover up his “Dangerous Woman” bunny ears — and inking over her “reborn” tattoo with a leaf or feather, the “Breathin” singer has ditched her “8418” foot tattoo, which was a tribute to Davidson’s father who died in the Sept. 11, 2011 attacks.
The Arianators, a.k.a. Grande’s fan base, noticed in behind-the-scenes footage for the “Thank U, Next” music video that she covered the numbers with the name “Myron.” The new ink is a tribute to Miller’s dog, whom Grande adopted after the rapper’s sudden death.
“Look at my Myron,” she said in the video. “Guys, come look. How cool right?”
Grande has posted videos on Instagram of her playing with Myron, including on the evening that various musicians came out to perform at the “Mac Miller: A Celebration Of Life” concert. She also wore Miller’s sweatshirt that night to honor him.
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