Amber Rose Responds to Khloe Kardashian’s Comment in ‘Complex’ Magazine
Amber Rose is over all the Kardashian drama.
The 31-year-old model talked with Perez Hilton on Wednesday and admitted that, after Khloé Kardashian’s comments about their spat in Complex magazine, she really would like to have a conversation with both her and Kylie Jenner about the “extremely misunderstood” feud.
“I wasn’t coming at Kylie, I was coming at Tyga on behalf of my best friend Blac Chyna,” Rose reveals, referencing her comments about 17-year-old Kylie dating the 25-year-old rapper. “So, for me to say, ‘Yeah, she should probably go to bed,’ maybe was in poor taste and I understand that. But I feel like that should have been more of a phone call that Khloé could’ve had with me. She could’ve called me. We run in the same circles. She could’ve gotten my number for sure.”
Rose adds,”But that’s her sister so I understand where she was coming from, and I feel like it escalated to the point where it shouldn’t have gotten that far.”
Wiz Khalifa’s ex even says, “I always thought Khloé was cool. I never really met her but I always felt like she had a bunch of personality, and she was a really cool girl… So it really wasn’t about them,” she insists. “It just kind of turned into that, and, via social media, it just made everything a lot worse.”
However, Rose does make a solid point in saying she felt she could comment on Kylie and Tyga’s relationship because of her own past.
“The fact that I was a dancer at such a young age, and the fact that, when I was young I dealt with older men and I know what that did to me, does that not give me the humility and knowledge to speak on such a subject? Of course it does because I lived it,” she explains. “Maybe it was in poor taste how it was done, I can agree with her on that, but we’re grown. Let’s just have a conversation.”
Finally, Rose admits she’s eager to just make amends with the Kardashian and Jenner clan.
“I really want to invite all of them to my Slut Walk. I just want to end [all this]. It’s hard to be a feminist and have those loose ends. I really don’t want to argue with those girls. It’s not that serious for me.”