Why did Pete Davidson just cover up his Ariana Grande-inspired neck tattoo?!
Apparently it wasn't so permanent
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Whirlwind tattoos dedicated to your whirlwind romance are, by nature, a gamble. Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande seem to genuinely enjoy the thrill of it.
Earlier this year, the 'Saturday Night Live' star got a 'Dangerous Woman'-inspired neck tattoo of Grande's famous bunny ears and mask combination, with a small “A” next to it. Now, a big solid black heart is in its place.
What does this mean for the young couple? Fret not, according to Page Six, the tattoo was changed to match another one of Grande's tattoos, though her giant black heart tattoo has yet to be spotted.
The pair isn't stranger to matching tattoos. They both have matching clouds on the middle fingers of their left hands, and Grande actually has at least six tattoos dedicated to Davidson, including his name on her ring finger.
Davidson also had their pet pig, Piggy Smalls, tattooed onto his torso, and they both have ink reading “REBORN” as well as “H2GKMO,” which stands for “Honest to God, knock me out.”
Fortunately, they've etched themselves into each other's skin so many times that at this point they probably have no choice but to stay together.
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