Nick Cannon Ridicules Ariana Grande Over Misspelled Japanese Tattoo

The TV host makes fun of the songstress' ink by saying, 'They giving Japanese menus tattooed on their backs from the sushi restaurant.'

AceShowbiz - As Ariana Grande continues to be ridiculed over her misspelled Japanese tattoo, Nick Cannon has joined in the troll train. The TV personality, who is currently serving as the temporary host of "The Wendy Williams Show", called out the former Nickelodeon star over the matter during the show's "Hot Topics" session on Tuesday, February 5.

"Them little pop stars, they don't know! They giving Japanese menus tattooed on their backs from the sushi restaurant. I'm joking, but that is Ariana Grande's hand. I think that's even after she tried to fix it," he said. "That's some young girl stuff. Older women don't like tardy barbecues. They like chitlins and grits."

Ariana has become the butt of internet's jokes after she revealed a Japanese Kanji tattoo that she got to celebrate the release of her single "7 Rings". Instead of spelling out the title of the single, she tattooed the word "shichirin," which translates to a small Japanese-style charcoal grill. The songstress tried to fix it, but it's now translated to "small charcoal grill finger" instead of "7 Rings".

Back to Nick's "Hot Topics" session, "The Masked Singer" host also addressed the alleged romance between Pete Davidson and Kate Beckinsale, taking credit for their relationship. "Last night I was hanging out with my little brother, Pete Davison. We was in Brooklyn!" he said of the "Saturday Night Live" star. "We were having some good conversation. We were having cougar conversations. I taught that young boy well."

Throwing shade at Ariana once again, Nick continued, "I will take credit for it. I'm the one who told him, 'Get you an older woman, man!' I said that. Leave them little pop stars alone! An old woman knows what she wants! She don't play no games! That's what I'm talking about. Get you somebody older!"

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