Since splitting with the "Thank u, next" singer, Davidson has been adding/covering up the multiple tattoos he received during their short-lived relationship.
Perhaps one of the most meaningful pieces of ink Davidson received was a replica of Grande's neck tattoo, reading "mille tendresse." The saying is French and means "a thousand tendernesses."
After the breakup, Davidson was not feeling the tenderness, and had a tattoo artist cover up the saying with a new one -- "CURSED." The photo was shared by an artist who did some other work for the "SNL" star, including the famed Tootsie Pop owl on his back.
The French line is the latest change for Davidson's body art after covering up a small bunny ears behind his ear, and the initials AG on his finger. Grande has also covered up one of her Pete tattoos with a tribute to the late Mac Miller's dog.
Maybe he better hold off for a beat before he gets an "Underworld" tat.