Amber Rose on Her Feud With the Kardashians: “It Escalated,” “Shouldn’t Have Gone That Far”

Amber Rose, Kourtney Kardashian, Kim Kardashian and Khloe Kardashian
Amber Rose reflected back on her epic feud with the Kardashians this past spring, saying it "shouldn't have gone that far." Imeh Akpanudosen/Getty Images; Inset: Henry S. Dziekan III/WireImage

Burying the hatchet. Amber Rose reflected back on her epic feud with the Kardashians this past spring, saying in a new interview that the entire spat involving Khloe Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Kanye West, and Tyga "shouldn't have gone that far."

In her new cover story with Complex, Kardashian commented on how the feud began when Rose called out Tyga for leaving Blac Chyna and dating Kylie. "I just feel like it was unnecessary for her to say anything, and I used her own quote back," the 31-year-old reality star explained of the fight's origins. "What I thought was crazy was she was telling my sister to act a certain way or have a curfew, but [she wasn’t] doing the same. So just don’t comment."

Rose, 31, was asked on the Perez Hilton Podcast about Kardashian's latest remarks, and where the two stand now. "I feel like everything was extremely misunderstood," Rose replied. "Listen, I met Kylie before, she was actually a really sweet girl, I was very surprised as to how nice she was to me. I wasn't coming at Kylie. I was coming at Tyga on behalf of my best friend Blac Chyna." (The parents of 2-year-old King split last August. Tyga, 25, has been dating Jenner, 17, for nearly a year.)

At the time of the feud, Rose called out Jenner for her age, which she admittedly regrets today. "For me to say, 'Yeah, she should probably go to bed,' maybe was in poor taste and I understand that," she said on the podcast. "But I feel like that should have been more of a phone call that Khloe could've had with me. She could've called me. We run in the same circles. She could've gotten my number for sure."

Instead, Kardashian threw Rose's words back in her face. She still remains unapologetic, telling Complex in her interview: "How was I slut-shaming by saying don’t throw stones at glass houses? There was no slut-shaming. I am not one to slut-shame, I have done slutty behavior myself."

Rose said she gets it. "But that's her sister, so I understand where she was coming from," she said on Thursday, July 30. "I feel like it escalated to the point where it shouldn't have gotten that far. I always thought Khloe was cool. I never really, like, met her but I always felt like she had a bunch of personality and she was like a really cool girl. Kylie, like I said, was very nice to me. So it really wasn't about them. It just kind of turned into that and, via social media, it just made everything a lot worse."

In fact, Rose has even reached out to the family to join her this fall for her "Slut Walk," which was a hot topic last weekend. Critics claimed that Rose only "f—s" rappers, which prompted the model to respond with a detailed message about how she was once in love with her exes Kanye West (now married to Kim Kardashian) and Wiz Khalifa. "I have never been torn down so bad by WOMEN Lol Wtf???" Rose wrote on Instagram. "I'm having this Slut walk for all of us to not get torn down by men and instead of u girls researching exactly what a Slut Walk is ur just calling me a Slut smh we need to do better."

That includes Rose herself, who shared these sentiments in the concluding comments of her podcast. "I want to just end all," the mom to little Sebastian mused. "It's hard for me to be a feminist and still have those loose ends. I really don't want to argue with those girls. It's not that serious to me."

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