Amber Rose Is 'Embracing the Negativity' With Shocking MTV VMAs Outfit
By Sophie Schillaci
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Amber Rose has no time for haters.
The outspoken star hit the red carpet at the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday with pal Blac Chyna and her two assistants in a series of shocking ensembles, with phrases like "Gold Digger," "Slut," "Bitch," "Hoe" and "pretty much every derogatory word you can call a woman" emblazoned across her body.
"We're just embracing the negativity," she told ET on the carpet, "because regardless if we're out with our sons, or we're out with our moms, or we got a new boo, we're always labeled as a slut because we're sexy and we're sexual beings. We got to the point where we're just over that."
Rose is raising awareness for her first-ever Amber Rose Slut Walk, set for downtown Los Angeles on Oct. 3. Last week, the 31-year-old opened up to ETonline about the project.
"It brings awareness to a lot of men and women that [slut-shaming, victim blaming, rape and sexual assault happen] every single day,” she said. "It has happened to me on so many different levels. … I really have been through some things. ... I lived it. Maybe one day I'll tell me story. Until then I feel like if I can just help other women get through what they've been through, then that can also help me get to the next level in my life."
Though she and Wiz Khalifa may not be married anymore, Rose is still showing support for her ex and the father of her child -- he's up for Best Hip-Hop Video and Best Collaboration for "See You Again" at the 2015 VMAs. In fact, Rose previously told ETonline that she and Khalifa live right down the street from each other!
"It makes it really easy to work around each other's schedules," she said. "We kind of work 24 hours a day, but we make a lot of time to spend with our baby because we both love him so much."
See more from our exclusive interview in the video below.