The Weeknd’s Super Bowl halftime face: Bloody ‘surgery’ shock
The Weeknd is finally facing the music after shocking the public with his ever-evolving face.
Fans have questioned the singer’s look for well over a year, as he’s been seen sporting variations of a bloody-and-bruised visage for his album “After Hours,” long before his much-hyped Super Bowl 2021 halftime performance.
But the singer, whose real name is Abel Tesfaye, teased from the get-go that he was creating a persona for his fourth studio album.
“There’s also a very committed vision and character being portrayed, and I get to explore a different side of me that my fans have never seen,” he revealed in an interview for CR Fashion Book in March 2020. Having just turned 30 — his birthday is February 16 — he had said the album in its entirety…