Lottie Moss, Kate Moss’s sister, responds to critics of her sister’s face tattoo.
The British top model’s younger half-sister showed off her new tattoo and told fans she did it on the spot while out drinking.
Lottie Moss, who is 24 and younger than Kate Moss’s half-sister, showed off her new face tattoo on social media, and now she is talking about why she got it.
“Lover” is written in a new tattoo on the model’s left cheek.
In an interview with GlamourUK, the creator of OnlyFans talks about her new tattoo. She has talked in the past about her struggles with anxiety and drug abuse.
“Since I went to rehab, I’ve been on a journey to learn more about myself. I’ve spent a lot of time in Bali, surrounded by nature, reading alone or hanging out with people who share my interests. I’ve learned to love myself again and am finally free from my old life,” she said.
“That’s why I decided to get the word “lover” tattooed under my eye,” she said.
“Yes, it was rash, but after being so controlled for so many years, it was my way of showing that I am now free. I’m no longer controlled.”
But the model seemed to have some doubts about the permanent tattoo as well. She said she had too much to drink and would think about her choices the next morning.
Lottie posted about getting her new tattoo on TikTok and then said, “This could have been left alone, but I like it, so it’s here to stay.” We will learn to enjoy it. Everyone will learn to love it. My mom will hopefully learn to like it,” he said, before adding, “Don’t drink alcohol, kids!”
She also showed more of the tattoo in a TikTok video with the title “Waking up with a tattoo on my face.” The video showed a close-up of the text. “I won the Silly Billy Awards,” the voiceover says as a joke.
And in a third video, she said, “I don’t care if people say they don’t like my face tattoo. I don’t give a f**k about anything. I don’t mean it.”
When someone wrote, “I see you’re back on the gear,” she said, “Good one! But no, I’m not high.”
Some of her followers told her that the look is “cool” and “badass,” while another said that the letters almost look like they spell “loser.”
The model is in the middle of a debate about “nephew-babies” when the tattoo talk comes up.
She said on social media, in response to New York magazine’s Hollywood nepotism cover, “I’m so sick of people blaming nepotism for why they aren’t rich, famous, or successful,” even though she wasn’t mentioned in the viral article.
“It’s clear that it’s not fair that people from famous families have an advantage, but guess what? “Life isn’t fair,” she said, before telling her followers, “Don’t be jealous of other people’s success. Instead, go make your own!”
She then tweeted, then deleted, “Obviously, I’m lucky to be related to a famous model, too. I’m also lucky in a lot of other ways, and I’m thankful for all of it, but it makes no sense to pick on other people because of it.