She’s known for her signature blonde buzz cut, but on Friday, it was Amber Rose’s unshaven regions that grabbed the attention of the internet when she posted a photo of herself without trousers or underwear on social media.
But no one was looking at her breasts or jewellery as Amber had opted to go without any knickers, showing off her unshaven private parts for everyone to see. Amber covered her eyes with a pair of large square sunglasses and lay on a black furry coat, while her skin shone with body oil.
The explicit pictures was removed by Instagram within two hours, leading Amber to post a video of herself rolling her eyes. “We know that there are times when people might want to share nude images that are artistic or creative in nature, but for a variety of reasons, we don’t allow nudity on Instagram,” Instagram states in their community guidelines.
Rose began her career as a stripper, but rose to fame as the model-girlfriend of rap superstar Kanye West. She has continued to stay in the public eye years after that relationship dissolved due to her fiery personality and steamy photo shoots.
In fall 2016, she competed on ABC’s popular “Dancing with the Stars” and joined the popular “Loveline” radio show. Her fans refer to her as MUVA. The Slutwalk celebrates its third year Sept. 30 – Oct.1 at Pershing Square in downtown Los Angeles.
The third annual SlutWalk is scheduled for Oct. 1 at Downtown Los Angeles’ Pershing Square. While details are still being finalized, the website promises a pep rally and entertainment, art show, musical performance, celebrity quest appearances and testimonials in addition to the awareness walk.
“The Amber Rose SlutWalk Festival is an inclusive space,” the organizers said in a statement on the event’s official site. “This event is a zero-tolerance event, and we do not condone hateful language, racism, sexism, ableism, fat-shaming, transphobia, or any other bigotry. Further, we recognize shaming, oppression, assault, and violence have disproportionately affected marginalized groups, including women of color, transgender people, and sex workers, and we are actively working to center these groups at our events.”