Throughout their whirlwind romance, Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson got a number of tattoos to honor their relationship. Since their break up and the end of their engagement, the stars have spent time reconstructing and covering up their respective relationship ink. Shortly after news of their separation broke, Ariana was spotted wearing a band-aid over one of her Pete Davidson tattoos at a taping for NBC's A Very Wicked Halloween. Grande soon went on to alter a "Reborn" tattoo identical to Davidson's. Subsequently, both Grande and Davidson were spotted with black heart designs over different tattoos commemorating their relationship prompting some to believe they had gotten matching break-up tattoos.

The "God Is A Woman" songstress's most recent tattoo alteration is a tribute to her late ex-boyfriend Mac Miller.  In a video from the set of her "thank u, next" music video, the singer can be seen calling out to her friends to have a look at her new tattoo which reads "Myron," a shout out to Mac Miller's dog. "Look at my Myron," she says in the clip "Guys, come look. How cool right?" The "Myron" tattoo was placed over an "8418" tattoo the artist once had over her foot honoring Davidson's father who died in the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.