DO NOT label Amber Rose merely the ex-girlfriend of a famous rapper, or she might just call you out.
After slamming GQ for referring to her as just that in their latest issue, Amber’s full interview with the magazine has been released. And she’s not holding anything back. Because, does she ever?
Check out the highlights below.
On feminism: “As a woman, it’s like…fuck! You have to act like a nun for a guy to respect you. And even if you do wait to have sex and you’re very comfortable and you do exactly what you want to do in that moment, you still have to be very careful because you don’t want to be looked at as a ho,” Amber Rose tells GQ’s Carrie Battan. “How do you win? You do exactly what you want to do. And if it doesn’t work out, then he’s just not meant for you.”
On her feud with Khloe Kardashian: “I said [to Khloé Kardashian], ‘Your sister [Kylie Jenner] has a career because your other sister [Kim Kardashian] made a sex tape and put the whole family on.’ I think it’s fucking awesome that she did a sex tape and made millions of dollars for her family,” Rose says now. “But let’s not forget where we came from. Because I didn’t.”
On becoming a stripper at 15: “Best fucking time of my life,” she says. “I’m not going to say young girls should go be dancers. But that was my journey, and I don’t regret it.” Rose wonders whether Kim, deep down, might feel the same way about that sex tape. “She probably had a fucking blast. And guess what? At the time she was in love with that guy,” Rose says. “So don’t think you’re better than me, because we’ve all had trials and tribulations.”
On whether she listens to My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy: “Never, ever, ever. It’s just not for me. Don’t get me wrong,” she says, “I’ll hear songs and I’m like, ‘Oh, he said that about me.’ No one knows what he’s talking about but me and him. People can’t decipher. They’ll be like, ‘That’s a cool song,’ and I’m like, ‘That happened to us when we were together.’” The two haven’t spoken a word in years, but when she hears his verses, she says, “Obviously, I know he’s talking to me through music.” So what happens when she’s out at the club and one of Kanye’s hits comes on? She does what everyone does: She dances. “I don’t give a shit,” she says. “I was a fan. He’s really…he’s a good artist.”
On dating: “I have my own house. I have a Ferrari. I have a Jeep. I have an Escalade. I have two Can-Ams. I have a beautiful son, two assistants, lawyers, business managers, management, and access to pretty much whatever I want. It does become intimidating for a man. I do feel more comfortable with someone who’s living up to par with me.”
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SOURCE & PHOTO CREDIT: GQ, Robert Maxwell