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Pete Davidson Tears Down Ariana Grande Tattoo With Word 'Cursed'

AceShowbiz Tuesday, 12 February 2019
Fans of the 'Saturday Night Live' comedian have taken notice that his 'mille tendresse' ink he once shared with his ex-fiancee has been covered up under another bold tattoo.
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Since announcing their split in October, Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande have both covered numerous tattoos dedicated to their relationship. According to Business Insider, Davidson's most recent cover-up is on the back of his neck. He had the phrase "mille tendresse" inked to match a tattoo Grande...

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