Amber Rose Sounds Off on Sluts, Podcasters, and Paparazzi
The video vixen turned reality TV star, musician, and mother of two took a break from getting a bag to sound off on sluts, soulmates, and astrology apps.
“Detrimental yet informative, sometimes.”
“The best food in the world.”
“I used to wear it, probably like 10 years ago, until I saw a video, and then I was like, ‘Nah.’ But I do wear leather.”
“Entertaining, but I don’t look too much into it. Everyone pretty much has the same characteristics. Some are worse than others.”
“Soulmates are real, but you might just have one in your life, and once they’re gone and that doesn’t work out, you should just focus on yourself.”
“She changed the game, especially in Philly. I have paw prints tattooed because of her.”
“Initially inspiring and then traumatizing. A lot of women hold trauma in their hair, and it was the opposite for me. The trauma was in my lack of hair.”
“Overrated as fuck. I do not own one toy.”
“A derogatory word that men and women use against other women to make them feel inferior. Yet it could also be used as an endearing word for someone that’s having a good time and living their best life. It depends on the inflection of how you use it.”
“I don’t smoke weed, I don’t do mushrooms. I’ll have a celebratory drink with my friends, but that’s it. I’m not even California sober, I’m just a square.”
MODERN VIDEO VIXENS
“They ain’t getting no money. It’s not their fault, but my generation was probably the last that actually had lead roles and also got paid.”
“No such thing. It’s all insecurity. Or mommy issues.”
“Fun as hell. I watched Terrifier, and it was just gory. Me and my kids love that shit.”
“Not my thing, but I appreciate men that are honest.”
THE SHADE ROOM
“I probably should answer this because maybe The Shade Room will post it. ‘Reliable news source.’”
“Congratulations on making a shitload of money off of trashy TV.”
“One of the best inventions in modern history because the average woman can stay home and just make money. For me, it was amazing during the pandemic because I made
a couple million by relaxing, making content, and being with my children.”
Hair: Sean Fears using Ors Hair Care and Living Proof at Factory Downtown.
Makeup: Zaheer Sukhnandan using Mac Cosmetics.
Nails: Rhayne Lodevico.
Digital Technician: DJ Dohar.
Photography Assistants: Ryan Hackett, Ricky Steel, and Adam Matijasevic.
Fashion Assistants: Jaiin Kang and Carlyn Rosario.
Production Management: Alaura Wong and Christina Najar at The Morrison Group.
Retouching: Studio Invisible.
Location: Quixote Studios.