Pete Davidson is in the middle of his very own glo-up. The comedian, one of the youngest Saturday Night Live members ever and the first ’90s-born performer to join the show, is marrying Ariana Grande and has visibly stepped up his style, wearing brands such as OFF-WHITE, Supreme, Palace, and Balenciaga of late.

While Davidson is well known to SNL fans, joining the show in 2014, his relationship with Grande has thrust him to a new level of stardom — and that's something he has embraced.

During a recent interview and photoshoot with GQ, Davidson was photographed with his shirt off, exposing a number of tattoos. Having tattoos is no great shakes these days, but one specific tattoo on his chest caught the internet’s eye. It reads, “Jokes come and go, but swag is forever.”

Davidson is known for his self-deprecating humor, but even though the tattoo is clearly a joke, that doesn’t make it a good tattoo — at least in the eyes of Twitter. Some users took issue with the message, while others found the design hard to read. A few people, however, were feeling it.

As always, we’ve rounded up the best reactions for your entertainment. Scroll through them below and leave your own thoughts on the tattoo in the comments.

Some needed a moment after seeing the tattoo

Sorry, what?

Yeah, but how do you really feel?

Some were into it

What do you think about Davidson’s tattoo? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

In other news, Birkenstock’s CEO revealed his company turned down a Supreme collaboration. Read more here.

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