Waterparks Singer Changes Song Title After Fan Gets Tattoo That Misspells Name
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Waterparks lead singer Awsten Knight has changed the title of one of the band's songs after a fan's tattooist misspelt the title on their arm.
A fan named Clancy found themselves in a 'no ragrets' scenario when her artist completely fluffed up the song name of her favourite band.
The actual title of the song reads: "See You In The Future."
Clancy posted a pic of the typo on Twitter and her arm read: "SEE YOU IN IN THE FUTURE."
The poor woman seemed pretty devastated from the two angry face emojis she used in her caption.
She wrote: "Y'ALL MY ARTIST PUT 'SEE YOU IN IN THE FUTURE!'"
However, Knight replied to her Tweet in the best possible way.
He replied: "HEY I SAW YOUR TATTOO AND FIGURED THE LEAST WE CAN DO IS CHANGE THE SONG TITLE FOR U."
Incredibly, the name of the song was changed on both Spotify and Apple Music, which was to the delight of the superfan.
Clancy responded: "I AM LITERALLY CRYING!
"THANK YOU GUYS SO MUCH FOR DOING THIS OVER MY MESSED UP TATTOO!"
HEY I SAW YOUR TATTOO AND FIGURED THE LEAST WE CAN DO IS CHANGE THE SONG TITLE FOR U https://t.co/7LiDv9KEjz https://t.co/4qDnA3mGHJ
- DANNY FANDOM (@awsten) November 3, 2021
In a follow up tweet replying to another user, Clancy added: "I was literally having a hard time deciding whether I wanted it fixed or not and now I have my answer.
"I'M DEFINITELY KEEPING IT!"
Don't you wish every tattoo mistake could be resolved like this?
Unfortunately, that is not always the case.
A TikToker recently revealed a huge back tattoo of their boyfriend's name - which they got one week before they broke up with him.
Ashlyn Grace took to TikTok to showcase the tattoo which read the name of their ex 'ALEXANDER', although, the pair broke things off just one week later.
The loved-up 21-year-old was left with huge bold letters running down their spine, which is now permanently inked on their body.
In the initial viral footage, Ashlyn wrote: "I heard you got a tattoo of your exes [sic] name and then broke up a week later."
In the video, they mimed the lyrics to Lizzo's 'Rumours': "All the rumours are true, yeah."
In the reveal video, Ashlyn admitted: "Don't be alarmed, it's a little big.
"I don't think there's a smart way to do this but, yep, I understood the assignment."