Wendy Williams Is Not A Fan Of Amber Rose’s Face Tattoo, ‘Why Would You Ruin Your Forehead?’

Rose got a large tattoo across her forehead.

Wendy Williams poses on the red carpet.
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Rose got a large tattoo across her forehead.

Amber Rose recently debuted her newest tattoos. The model got a face tattoo that featured the names of her sons, 7-year-old Sebastian Taylor and 3-month old Slash Electric Alexander Edwards. However, not everybody seems to be a fan her new look. Her friend, talk show host Wendy Williams, made her feelings on the tattoos clear during Tuesday’s episode of The Wendy Williams Show, according to Yahoo! News.

The tattoo is located right below the star’s hairline. It reads “Slash” and “Bash” done in script lettering. “Bash” is the nickname of her eldest son, who she shares with 32-year-old rapper Wiz Khalifa. Rose’s current husband, Def Jam Records President Alexander A.E. Edwards, is Slash’s father. While Williams reiterated how much she loves Rose, she questioned the placement of the tattoo, wondering why it needed to be on the face.

“Amber you know I love you girl, but, why would you ruin your forehead? Her 3-month-old’s name is Slash, and her 7-year-old’s name is Bash, and I don’t care how much you love your kids, but are you doing this up here? I just don’t understand why she would do that. Like to me, she’s a little bit too old to be rock and rolling with tattoos on her face. Amber, you know I love you, and that’s it. That’s it.”

Rose, who is 36-years-old, has not yet publicly responded to Williams comments.

Rose’s new face tattoo isn’t the only bold move she’s made about her body that has made headlines. In November 2019, she underwent liposuction to get rid of the fat left over from her pregnancy, only six weeks after giving birth to Slash, as The Inquisitr previously reported. She turned to her trusted family plastic surgeon, Dr. David Matlock, for the procedure. She explained that she was going to be getting her “whole body done,” removing unwanted fat as well as her hereditary jowls.

“He’s gonna suck all the baby fat out of my stomach,” she said of what would be done during the surgery.

She said she decided to undergo the procedure because she felt that she still looked as if she carried the weight she did when she was six months pregnant, even after giving birth. While her fans seemed to appreciate her honesty about what she would be doing to maintain her fit figure, many were quick to assure her that she was beautiful even with the extra weight.