Pete Davidson covered up yet another one of his Ariana Grande-inspired tattoos.

If you followed the former couple's romance as closely as we did then you know they got a bunch of tattoos for each other during their five-month relationship. She paid tribute to his dad, while he got her Dangerous Woman bunny ears and a ton more inked on his body. Well, since ending their engagement last October, the Saturday Night Live star has been quietly covering up his tattoos—and the latest is pretty savage IOHO.

Eagle-eyed fans noticed that Davidson had his "mille tendresse" neck tattoo replaced with the word "cursed." He and Grande both got the tatt, which means "a thousand tendernesses" in French, while they were together. On Saturday (Feb. 9), his tattoo artist shared a photo of the comedian's new Tootsie Pop owl tatt, however, all eyes were on the huge black letters covering what should have been his delicate tattoo.

Take a look for yourself, below:

It looks like Davidson is saying goodbye to his relationship with the "thank u, next" singer.  He's not the only one, though. Since their split, Grande has replaced her ex-fiancé's name on her finger with a black heart, the word "reborn" on her thumb with a feather, and her tribute to his dad with a tribute to Mac Miller's dog.

Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson in New York City