Amber Rose gets new tattoo following split from Val Chmerkovskiy
Amber Rose has got a new tattoo following her split from Val Chmerkovskiy.
The 33-year-old model recently split up with her former beau after five months of dating, and in the wake of her break up, the star decided to venture to tattooist Nikko Hurtado to get the new body art of the Hollywood sign and the landscape behind it inked on her forearm.
The ‘The Amber Rose Show’ host took to social media to publicly share the design, she captioned her Instagram post: “My new tattoo. Great job @nikkohurtado (sic).”
Amber’s half sleeve comes as no surprise as she already has images of animals, flowers, a tube of lipstick, a marijuana leaf and other designs permanently inked on her body.
And Amber - who has three-year-old son Sebastian Taylor Thomaz with her ex-husband Wiz Khalifa - has been praised as being “tough” and persevering through the pain whilst the work of art was being carried out.
Nikko shared a video and a picture of the final outcome on his photo-sharing site, which he captioned: “Working on the very sweet @amberrose yesterday. I’ll post what we did later. Hope everyone had a beautiful Valentine’s Day. Can’t wait to hang with @joannabee3 and the kids. I’m missing them ...
″‘Hollywood’ done on the Forarm of the sweet @amberrose thanks for being tough (sic).”
And the tattooist has teased Amber is set to have more work done on her arm.
Nikko continued: “And can’t wait to continue it. More work to come. #BlackAnchorLA @blackanchorcollective@stencilanchored (sic).”
Meanwhile, Amber recently described herself and her close friend Blac Chyna, 28, as “misunderstood”, although she is grateful for the support the ‘Rob & Chyna’ star gives her.
Alongside a picture of the pair together, she wrote: “We are always there for each other through thick and thin no matter what people say about us. We’re lovers, we’re fighters and we’re extremely strong women. Often misunderstood from the public but f**k it if there’s any person in the world that understands me it’s her (sic).”