Amber Rose reveals new forehead tattoo – and the internet isn’t sure how to feel about it!

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Amber Rose. (PHOTO: Getty/Gallo Images)
Amber Rose. (PHOTO: Getty/Gallo Images)

She’s certainly no stranger to controversy but, dare we say it, Amber Rose may just have gone too far this time?

In keeping with what appears to be the latest trend among celebrities, the model and activist has had her children’s names – Bash (short for Sebastian) and Slash – tattooed on her forehead.

Yup, you read that right.

SEE HER FACE TATTOO HERE:

The Slutwalk founder showed off her inking on Instagram, and within moments the backlash started, with fans criticising her.

Of course it didn’t take long for the 36-year-old to fire back, arguing that "beauty is on the inside", while posing in sexy red lingerie.

  

"Beauty is not what’s on the outside... it’s what’s on the inside that counts. Inside of my p***y and inside of my heart."

This comes after she called out talkshow host Wendy Williams, who on seeing her friend’s new inking, didn’t hold back, telling audiences, "Amber, you know I love you girl, but why would you ruin your forehead?"

Amber clapped back with a message online, "[The] people that are telling me I'm too pretty for a face tat are the same people that would tell me that I'm 'too pretty' even if they thought I was ugly and lie to me. Lol. Or they would just tell me I'm ugly. So either way, the moral of the story is to [do] whatever the f**k you want in life."

Guess ain’t no one gonna tell Amber how to live her life.

SEE THAT POST HERE:

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(Sources: Instagram)

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