Rose first found fame, at least by association, several years ago as a "girlfriend of," appearing on the arm of Kanye West from 2009 to 2010, then beginning her relationship with Wiz Khalifa in 2011.Though Rose and Khalifa have spent the past eight months or so going through a public split, it’s through Rose’s relationship with West, and by extension the Kardashians, that she became a regular in your newsfeeds.We’re in the parking lot of a somewhat dilapidated movie theater in North Hollywood, where Rose is about to film a pre-recorded sketch with Amy Schumer for the MTV Movie Awards.Also on the premises is a brown Shetland pony, but Rose isn’t sure whether or not it will feature in her bit. Ok, I have this opportunity, I’ll be myself, make some friends, have some fun and it might be a little drama, but not so much. I got my feelings hurt a lot last season because I didn’t know where all the angst was coming from. I came from the scripted world in the entertainment industry, and I wanted to do something different. I came in and I’m actually really nice to people and then they want to pick a fight with me. "One day, I just woke up and I was like, ’You know what?I can’t sit around and stress anymore about the Internet and what people say about me.
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This summer, she plans to host an Amber Rose Slut Walk in Los Angeles (modeled on an event that originated in 2011 as a response to a Toronto police officer saying, "Women should avoid dressing like sluts" if they don’t want to be assaulted).
And she’s been giving talks to college girls about slut-shaming, an issue that she, an objectively super-hot mom, deals with every time she posts a photo of herself in a thong.
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