Here’s What Amber Rose Thinks of Your Slut-Shaming Ways

Amber Rose Talks Kanye West and Khloé Kardashian Feud
This is what she thinks of the Kardashian family.

Take note, Kanye West.

Despite her ex-boyfriend’s recent (failed) attempt to drag her name through the mud, Amber Rose is still standing strong. Penning an opinion piece about slut-shaming and sexist double standards for Time magazine, the 32-year-old explains exactly what’s wrong with people labelling her as a “ho” and “slut.”

“Ever since high school, I’ve been called a slut. All the boys were attracted to me—that wasn’t my fault! Then, when I started getting famous, the shaming got even worse,” she begins. “All these messed up stories came out about me, and I was like, ‘That’s not true! I’m not that kind of girl!’ But even things I had done—things a man would never be judged for—got me lots of hate.”

“After my ex-husband Wiz Khalifa and I got a divorce, I’d go out for a date at a restaurant like any normal single human and people would say, “Man, she’s such a ho. She’s out at restaurants with guys.'” she continues. “People would actually say things like, ‘Who would ever love you? You were a stripper. Why are you in relationships?’ And I used to feel like I had to explain that maybe it was because I’m a good person.”

As previously reported, Rose’ feud with the Kardashians has scored her plenty of scorn from both members and friends of the famous family. West, who is married to Kim Kardashian, previously shaded Rose by saying he had to take “30 showers” after he broke up with her before bringing up her past as an exotic dancer during his Twitter spat with Khalifa. Meanwhile, Jonathan Cheban, who is friends with the Keeping Up With the Kardashians clan, attempted to slut-shame Rose by threatening to leak her stripper videos.

So, how does Rose combat this hate? She’s just going to be herself.

Upon realizing that she can never please everyone, Rose says she started doing “anything and everything I want with my own life.”

“It’s about loving who you are, owning who you are and knowing that it’s O.K. to live your life how you want to live it. We’re all human, which means we’re not all perfect,” she writes. “So please: Before you judge someone—especially another woman—put yourself in her shoes and also look at your past.”

Bye, haters.