Social media influencer Patrick Wallace, also known as Supreme Patty, sparked worry in fans after posting an Instagram picture of his bloody and raw face on May 27, 2021. The star is most well known for his short comedy sketch videos and has quickly amassed followers on TikTok as well as Instagram.
Fans saw Patrick's face and wondered what happened and if he is OK. Here's everything we know about his post so far.
So, what happened to Supreme Patty's face? He explains it in a TikTok.
The Instagram post that sparked concerned was captioned "Back in Blood" and featured Patrick's face gruesomely covered in what looked like blood. Fans left many comments on the post, writing everything from concerns to comparisons between the social media star and Deadpool, who is known for his gory facial features.
Thankfully, Patrick cleared up the confusion and concern over his bloody face in a TikTok, captioning the post, "Don’t mind my face I got Co2 laser done on it so I can keep improving these scars. Crazy how far I’ve come." Patrick has spoken at length about his acne in the past, including in an interview in 2018 with DJ Smallz.
In the interview, Patrick said, "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 [hides face in hands]." The same year, he was shown in a Baumann Cosmetic and Research Institute video getting treatment for his acne.
Fans can rest easy knowing that Patrick is just getting treatment and that nothing more severe is happening. Maybe vampire-style facials are the new bubble mask?
In other news, it appears that Patrick just released music "from the vault" for the first time since 2019!
Supreme Patty reveals why he hasn't put out music since 2019.
In an Instagram post on May 21, 2021, Patrick revealed a mixtape cover and title with six songs now available for streaming. The album, titled "Growth," is his first since 2019. In a comment on the same post, he said, "Haven’t dropped music since 2019 bc of a bad deal I was in with my label — I just got out of it and decided to give y’all some songs I had in the vault."
Supreme Patty's frequent collaborator, friend, and fellow social media star A.Millz mentioned it was his "first verse in four years." He and Patrick collaborated on the track "Range Rover."
Millz, Patrick, and a few other friends refer to themselves as the #neckpillowgang for their tendency to wear neck pillows (sometimes Louis Vuitton pillows) in photos.
It sounds like Patrick is living his best life, releasing new music, and continuing treatment for his acne. Patrick isn't the first influencer to speak out about stubborn acne. Kendall Jenner also discussed how difficult it was to find treatment for her sensitive skin. Fans are just glad he's OK!
"Growth" is now available for streaming.