Amber Rose spoke on the slut-shaming she's endured from Kanye West and Wiz Khalifa at her SlutWalk event Saturday.
Amber Rose has been promoting her L.A. SlutWalk -- a charity event meant to protest, slut-shaming, rape culture, double standards and the like -- for months now, and Saturday, the event finally took place. From what we've seen it looks like the rally was a huge success, with women coming out in huge numbers to show support for the cause.
One topic that continued to show up on picket signs was Kanye's Breakfast Club remark about Rose, where he joked that he had to take "30 showers" after the two ended their relationship.
When Rose got the mic at her event, she decided to address the slut-shaming she's faced from her former boyfriends, mentioning both West's comment and Wiz Khalifa's verse on Juicy J's "For Everybody," where he reduced Rose to "just a stripper".
"[Wiz] came out with that song, and that really hurt me. All I did was ever love him... and gave him a beautiful son. To be told that I was nothing but a stripper -- it hurt."
Surprisingly, Rose also took the opportunity to forgive both men for their comments, choosing to focus on fighting bigger battles instead.
"I want to forgive Kanye for what he said about me," she announced. "I want to let all that negativity go. I also forgive Wiz for what he said. Wiz actually apologized to me already. So I have forgiven him. I suggest that you guys do the same and I'll tell you why -- people are ignorant and you have to be the bigger person and be the positive person to forgive and move on and help other people around you who have been through the same thing."
You can watch a clip of her speech at TMZ.