Celebrities with misspelled or grammatically incorrect tattoos

  • Many celebrities view tattoos as a form of creativity and self-expression, others use ink to capture a special moment or feeling.
  • However, some famous people have ended up with tattoos that were different than what they intended.
  • Ariana Grande, Kevin Durant, and Rihanna all got tattoos that didn’t mean what they thought.
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Like anyone else, celebrities decide to get tattoos for various reasons. Some people want to capture a feeling or experience, while others view their bodies as canvases for creativity and self-expression.

However, some celebrities have run into misunderstandings after getting their ink.

Ariana Grande, for example, got a tattoo in Japanese without realizing that it translated to “shichirin,” which is a small barbecue grill. And Orlando Bloom mistakenly misspelled his son’s name in Morse code and had to correct it after fans pointed it out.

Here are 12 celebrities who have gotten permanent tattoos that don’t mean what they intended.

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