Earlier this month, Amber Rose shocked the internet by posting a bottomless picture of herself on Instagram, and now she's firing back at her critics.
In an interview shared by Us Weekly, Rose boldly stated, "I wanted to prove a point, and of course arguing with Piers Morgan who is such a d--k… That's why I kept going back and forth with him. I posted a picture of Adam Levine with a woman grabbing his d--k and b---s, and Piers was like, 'You know that's different because that was for testicular cancer — so that's OK.'"
Rose singled out Piers Morgan because he was especially critical of her photo.
The 33-year-old also stated, "People are very uncomfortable with the female body. It's OK to leak images onto the Internet and people are like, 'Yeah, that's so cool.' But if you actually do it yourself and in a way that's owning your own sexuality, it's almost taboo."
She then went on to give details about the photo itself, explaining, "I had them Photoshop out my tattoos to focus on the bush alone. I feel like as women, we always feel like we need to shave or wax — and if we don't, then we're considered unkempt or unclean or we're gonna smell funny. I believe that it's natural and we shouldn't be ashamed of it."
Amber is no stranger to controversial situations.
She is also a mom before everything, though, and recently the two came colliding together when she shared a hilarious meme to her Instagram account that lamented the loss of her sex life.
The photo is of a girl crying, and text on the photo reads, "When it's six months into 2017 and you still haven't been f---ed yet."
In addition to the funny meme, Amber added the caption, "When the world thinks you have Orgies all day and mad dudes because ur sexually confident and body positive but really you're a full-time mom/ businesswoman and literally have no time for penis."0comments
She then jokingly added, "#hoeislife tho."
Amber was rumored to be dating a few different high-profile men this year, including her ex, Wiz Khalifa, but in light of that new revelation, it seems like maybe those were all unfounded.