What happened to Supreme Patty's face? Social media star worries fans on Instagram

Amber Peake May 28, 2021
What happened to Supreme Patty's face? Social media star worries fans on Instagram


What happened to Supreme Patty’s face? Internet star Supreme Patty worried fans on Instagram today Friday 28 May, as he shared a picture of his face after an intense facial. Now some are curious to know what happened to his face.

Who is Supreme Patty?

Supreme Patty, real name Patrick Wallace was born 18 December 1997. The now 23-year-old rose to notoriety on Instagram after he became known for his short sketch-style videos.

He has since amassed over 5 million followers on the picture-sharing platform as well as a further 1.1 million on TikTok.

Supreme Patty is also known to some for his music releases and has previously collaborated with fellow Instagram star A. Millz.

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What happened to Supreme Patty’s face?

The social media star had his fans worried after he shared a selfie after an intense facial to his Instagram. Along with the selfie, he wrote: “Back in Blood”.

Many of his fans have since taken to the comments as they were curious to know what he had done to his face. One commented: “What is happening here?” while a second pondered: “Does this help with your scars?”

He has since explained on his TikTok that he had a Co2 laster treatment to help improve his facial scarring caused by his acne.

While doing a get to know him style video for his fans, he wrote: “Don’t mind my face I got Co2 laser done on it so I can keep improving these scars. Crazy how far I’ve came.”


Don’t mind my face I got co2 laser done on it just so I can keep improving these scars. Crazy how far I’ve came. #fyp

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Social media star speaks out on his struggles with acne

Supreme Patty has previously been open with his acne over the years and in 2018 while talking to DJ Smallz, he admitted his struggles first started in high school.

He explained: “Some kids, you know, everyone has their own genetics and ways they just get acne. I’ve had it since I was in high school, I’ve always had it.

“When I was younger and before I started Instagram, I would always like, you know [cover’s face with his hands].”

In the same year, he also featured in a Baumann Cosmetic & Research Institute video which showed Supreme Patty getting treatment for his acne.

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Amber is an entertainment journalist with a love for anything showbiz, celeb or reality TV. After graduating with a degree in Journalism at Brunel University she became a Showbiz Reporter at Express.co.uk. Having written for both HITC and The Focus, Amber is now a staff writer for The Focus covering the latest celeb and entertainment trends.