Twitter Fans Think They Figured Out Ariana Grande & Pete Davidson's Wedding Date
Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson have both been sporting "8418" tattoos to symbolize the badge number the SNL star's late father wore as an NYC firefighter. However, fans think the ink could mean something more.
Observant Twitter users have a theory that the number actually reads as 8/4/18 and predicted the couple will get married on August 4, which is just a few weeks away. Neither Ari nor Pete have confirmed a wedding date, but Davidson gave his fiancee his dad's New York Fire Department pendant. He noted in the Instagram comment section: "I gave it to her because she has my heart and that is the most precious thing I own. My dad would be so happy and love her so much."
See the best theory tweets below. It's admittedly pretty convincing.
the tattoo they both have for his father are the numbers 8418, his badge number— michael (@michael_tedesco) July 1, 2018
I have a theory that Pete and Ariana might get married on August 4, 2018 (it’s a Saturday)
I’m tweeting this so I have my prediction on the record in case this does actually happen https://t.co/sr5XPLYJy0
i'm calling it now that pete and ariana get married on 8/4/18 -- the date is pete's dad's firefighter number AND ari just got it tattooed on her foot. keep ur eyes peeled for an harry potter themed august whirlwind wedding!!!!— anxious/avoidant spice (@actuallyjustali) July 3, 2018
prediction: pete and ariana are gonna get married on august 4. the date will be 8/4/18, which is pete’s dad’s badge # that ariana has tattooed and the necklace of, and it’s right on time with how their relationship is moving. pic.twitter.com/cD8fj3Nmdd— caitlyn hughes (@_caitlynbh) July 16, 2018
if pete davidson and ariana grande don’t get married on august 4th 2018, I will be shocked— lillian -- (@LillianKimberly) July 18, 2018
I’m going to go ahead and make the prediction that Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson will wed on August 4, 2018. 8418 was Pete’s late dad’s badge number, and it is clearly significant to both of them. It could also explain the “rushed” engagement.— KAY.BERT. (@itsKbert) July 1, 2018