Judging by how each and every one of his Ariana Grande-inspired tattoos is slowly going away, it seems like Pete Davidson is moving on from their failed engagement. The Saturday Night Live comedian has covered up another one.
Yesterday, tattoo artist Jon Mesa took to social media to post a pic of Pete’s back ink that he’d done.
While they all looked great, what fans noticed immediately was the absence of one tattoo Pete used to have on the back of his neck reading ‘mille tendresse.’
Instead, the matching ink job is now reading ‘cursed,’ with the ‘D’ looking like an arrowhead.
‘How many licks does it take to get to the center of a tootsie roll pop? Fun tats for the homie #petedavidson,’ Jon wrote in the snap’s caption.
Back in September, the paparazzi captured photos of Pete and Ariana’s matching tattoos reading ‘a thousand tendernesses’ in French.
The singer not only had the same one but it was also in the same spot.
In fact, she was the first one to get it so it seems like she won’t need to cover it up as well.
Grande was inspired by Audrey Hepburn’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s and got those words inked in back in 2014.
She also shared the process at the time, on Instagram.
That’s not to say that she hadn’t had any tattoos to get rid of as well ever since their split back in October.
After breaking their engagement, both Ariana and Pete started to cover them up, one by one.
While Ariana has been focusing on releasing a lot of music inspired by her life and relationships, Pete Davidson seems to have found love again with actress Kate Beckinsale, who is 20 years her senior.