Nahhhh. Amber Rose quickly shut down show hosts Tyrese Gibson and Rev Run on an upcoming episode of It’s Not You, It’s Men, set to air on Saturday, February 20, telling the guys that how she looks or dresses is never an invitation for sexual assault.
“When I walk down the street, people think because I’m famous, or I’m cool and I’m taking pictures, that they can just grab my ass or put their hand under my skirt or [say], ‘Oh, Amber, can I come grab your boobs?’” the 32-year-old explained, adding that the unwanted attention is not just limited to men.
“Girls do that to me all the time, and it does get like, I love you girls so much, but it does get like, stop grabbing on my boobs constantly and my butt,” she continued. “And guys, too.… This is my privacy.”
The former stripper, who is known to share risqué photos of herself on her social media accounts, said that she feels as though she’s “sexually assaulted constantly.”
Rev Run, 51, gently offered that perhaps Rose’s fans felt like they could do these things because her public image is so open.
“[Maybe it’s because of] a representation of what you’re wearing and stuff and seems like, in their mind, what you’re representing,” the Run-DMC rapper offered.
Tyrese, 37, agreed with his cohost, trying to make his point as carefully as possible.
“I’m just saying, the comfortability some people find in wanting to touch or grope you … it’s an energy that is sent out there that creates that type of response,” he said.
Rose immediately slammed both men’s suggestions.
“No, it doesn’t, and I’m gonna tell you why,” the outspoken model said. “If I’m laying down with a man butt naked and his condom is on, and I say, ‘You know what? No. I don’t wanna do this. I changed my mind.’ That means no. That means f–k no. That's it. It doesn’t matter how far I take it or what I have on, when I say no, it means no.”
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