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Ariana Grande covers up tattoos related to former beau, Pete Davidson

From literal tattoo over-inking to plasters, this is how Ariana covers up.

Call it the breakup of the year, but we are no strangers to the publicly expressed love that Ariana Grande shared with former fiancé Pete Davidson. From Instagram posts and tweets to literal ink, the world watched as Ariana shared her memorable I Love You's with the musician. 

Fast forward to over a month later, following their split, Ariana has started cover up her tattoos that had any relation to Pete. The most recent change came in the form of her tattoo seen as "8414" (a tribute to Pete's father who passed away during the 9/11 attacks) that was covered by the name of Mac Miller's dog "Myron". One of the singer's fan accounts posted a video of Ariana displaying her ink correction on the set of her music video. 

Similar to this, and only a few days after the couple announced their split, Ariana was seen with a plaster over her "Pete" tattoo. Not too long after her plaster master stunt, she quickly covered up her "Reborn" tattoo with what looks like either a feather or leaf. 

It's safe to say that regardless of what or how she chooses cover her tattoos with, everyone's body is their own to do whatever they want to, Ariana seems to be definitively saying 'thank you, next'.

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