Pete Davidson recently covered up his Ariana Grande inspired neck tattoo and replaced it with a word some fans are calling "savage."
The SNL star's cover-up was noticed when tattoo artist Jon Mesa posted a photo of Davidson's latest ink: the famous Tootsie Roll Pop owl.
If you're anything like me you thought the fresh ink was the cover up but you actually have to look at the back of his neck!
Back in September, Pete got the French phrase “mille tendresse" which translates to “a thousand tendernesses" which is a line from the 1961 Audrey Hepburn hit "Breakfast at Tiffany's. Ariana Grande fans noted that it was the same expression his then-fiancée Grande had permanently placed on the back of her neck in cursive four years prior.
In the image posted by Mesa on Saturday, Instagram users were quick to point out the previously identical Grande tattoo was crossed out in red ink and replaced with the bold word "cursed," written in capital letters.