Kate Moss’ younger sister, Lottie Moss, 24, showed off her new face tattoo on social media, and now she’s opening up about why she got her body art.
The model’s last ink on her left cheek reads “Ashiqa”.
In an interview with Glamor UK, the OnlyFans author, who has opened up in the past about her struggles with anxiety and substance abuse, spoke about the new situation.
“Since rehab, I’ve been on a journey of self-discovery. I’ve been spending a lot of time in Bali, surrounded by nature, reading on my own or spending time with like-minded people — and learning to love myself again while finally breaking free from my previous life,” she explains.
“That’s why I decided to get my face tattooed; the word ‘lover’ under my eyes,” she continued.
“Yes, he was hasty, but after years of being so tightly controlled, it was my way of saying I was free. I was no longer in control.”
However, the model seems to have some hesitation about permanent ink, too, admitting that she’s had too much to drink and thinks about her choices the morning after.
Lottie documented the process of getting her new say on TikTok before saying, “This could have passed without action, but I actually don’t mind it, so she’s here to stay now. We’re going to learn to love her. The world is going to learn to love her.” Mom is learning how to love her,” before ending the letter with “Don’t drink alcohol kids!”
She also posted other glimpses of the ink on TikTok in a video titled “Wake Up With a Tattoo on My Face,” showing a close-up of the text. The voiceover jokes, “You won the silly Billy Awards.”
And in a third video, she responded, “People [who] They say they don’t like tattooing my face “with” I don’t care. I really don’t give a fk. I really don’t. “
When one commenter wrote, “Back on the gear I see,” she replied, “Good! But no, I’m not on drugs.”
Other followers were divided on the look, with some telling her it looked “cool” and “badass” while another noted that the lettering almost looked like it spelled “loser”.
Talk of tattoos comes as the model gets into a discussion about newborn babies.
“I’m tired of people blaming nepotism for not being rich and famous or successful,” she tweeted on social media in response to New York Magazine’s Hollywood cover issue of nepotism — though it wasn’t mentioned in the article.
It’s obviously not fair that people who come from famous families get ahead because of it but guess what? Life isn’t fair, she added before urging her followers, so instead of being negative about other people’s success, go try to create your own!
She then tweeted, deleting the admission, “Obviously I’m lucky to be associated with a huge model too. I’m lucky for so many other reasons, and as I say, I’m grateful for all but that — the impact on others because of that just doesn’t make sense.”
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