Reality television actress Tiffany “New York” Pollard seems to have implied recently that she’s undergone facial cosmetic surgery.
The former “Flavor of Love” star has been flooding her social media feed with images of herself, but fans have been pointing out that there’s something different about her face.
In a selfie posted to her Instagram page Saturday evening, the “HBIC” showed off her massive cleavage and wrote in her caption, “#portland WE ON Tonight we make HISTORY I’m moving in a whole NEW ENERGY .”
But the eye-catching photo of Pollard sparked suspicion among folks who claimed she looked like a completely different person. Fans pointed out a filter seemingly used to lighten the celeb’s skin complexion and said that her nose appeared smaller than before.
“Girl you need to stop with the filters. You’re darkskin. Just accept it. You look crazy as hell and fix that nose of yours .”
“She looks completely different eww new face who dis?”
“Omg what did you do to your face are you skin bleaching? Why is your nose obsolete. You used to be beautfiul .”
One person even asked the star, “Wtf, happened to your face?”
Pollard responded, seemingly indicating that she’d had facial surgery done, saying, “LOTS! I ain’t nobodies role model…. I’m a walking disaster when I wanna be .”
In 2016, Pollard, 37, actually defended the idea of plastic surgery after going on the show “Doctors,” adding that she wouldn’t have minded getting rid of her “big ass nose” at the time.
“I love plastic surgery, there’s nothing wrong with that!” she said. “Plastic surgery has a really bad rep, and I don’t like that. So, I’m a little bit of an advocate for it.”
Despite the backlash Pollard received on her supposed plastic surgery procedure, she still received a shower of compliments from other fans.
“We adore you regardless!!! We appreciate who u ARE not who they want you to BE!! #StrutQueen.”
“Tiffany you have and always will be a beautiful woman and person in my opinion no matter what the negative people have to say about your appearance just know that if it looks good, and it feels good to you then it must be good .”