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Pete Davidson Inked Over The Tattoo He Got To Match Ariana Grande's With A New Word

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Thank u, next.

Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande broke off their short-lived engagement in mid-October and ever since then, they have been individually dealing with the consequences.

One such set of consequences involves the multiple (yes, multiple) tattoos they got to commemorate their love for each other.

In December, for instance, Ariana covered up one of hers by turning it into a tribute to the late Mac Miller, another ex of hers.

Grande's recent album stands as a living monument to hers and Davidson's breakup, especially the breakout hit "thank u, next."

Ariana Grande - thank u, next

Well, Davidson has finally covered up his matching neck tattoo with Grande.

Originally, the neck tattoo read "Mille tendresse," which translates to "a thousand tendernesses."

Now it says something completely different:

Davidson and Grande have had a fairly rocky go since their breakup.

People reported that both Davidson's and Grande's friends were happy to see the relationship end, and following the breakup Davidson publicly mocked their relationship on Saturday Night Live:

Pete Davidson Proposes to Maggie Rogers - SNL

And Grande continually shaded him on Twitter:

The couple's split will likely remain consequential as people keep talking about it.

Davidson has was recently seen hand-in-hand with Kate Beckinsale, a coupling Grande has called "so cute."

We wish the best for everybody involved.

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