When Kanye West went off on Twitter the amount of people that shared their opinion on his slavery comments and Donald Trump support has tallied up to a long list. The one person who didn't say anything right away was his ex, Amber Rose, but consider that old news since she has now officially spoken saying Donald is "Kanye in a white man's body."

Amber paid a visit to The Fallen State show to chop it up with host Jesse Lee Peterson and, of course, Ye came up in the conversation. "I really felt like [Donald & Kanye] have the same personality, like completely the same personality," she says in the video below. Amber shares her opinion on the whole matter, with a more hopeful attitude towards Donald being the President. 

"I would like to think that Kanye met with Trump and Trump said, "Look, I seen these people, I knew they were gonna vote for me and I used them to get elected and I can't tell nobody that because I want to get a second term, but now that I'm in office I really want to make a change,'" she said. "Now, Kanye can't snitch on him, he can't snitch on himself. So, you know, maybe he's thinking of the greater good of what Trump can do for the country."

She continues: "Kanye's the type of person that he loves art, and he loves the art in things, so I think that he appreciates the politics that Trump used in order to get in office, 'cause Trump was a Democrat for like 30 years I heard, or something like that. So I could only hope that Trump kind of used the white people, seemingly like racist white people, to get in office maybe for the greater good. I don't know."

Watch her explain her reasoning in full at the five-minute mark.