On Tuesday, Rose took to Instagram, where she showed off her newest body art; a pair of script forehead tattoos that read "Bash" and "Slash."
Like Amber's ink, AE also got tatted on his forehead. But instead of getting the children's names, he decided to get Slash and Bash's birth dates. The dates are separated by a lightning bolt.
Some fans didn't see Amber Rose's vision, or maybe they just have face tattoo fatigue.
Some people went as far as to compare her tattoo to Chris Brown's latest face tattoo.
Amber Rose responded to her critics with an Instagram post explaining that she has free reign over her body.
"For the people telling me that 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," Amber wrote. "So either way, the moral of the story is do whatever the fuck you want to do in life."
Rose also spoke about her decision while talking to Keyshia Cole and said the death of Kobe moved her to get the ink.
@AmberRose opens up on One on One with @KeyshiaCole- How #Kobe's tragic passing inspired her to finally get the #tattoo she's always wanted. ⠀ Watch One On One with #KeyshiaCole Wednesdays, 9pm EST / 6pm PST #FoxSoul
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Tattoo artist Jacob Ramirez thanked Rose for trusting him with "such a special piece."