Amber Rose’s ‘Slut Walk’ Lights Up Twitter — Amber’s Mom Tells Kanye West: ‘F*** Yo 30 Showers’ For Kim Kardashian [Photos]

Amber Rose’s “Slut Walk” is certainly causing a big amount of buzz on Twitter and elsewhere online. In fact, many of the photos from the so-called ‘Slut Walk’ that fights against rape culture are too graphic to publish. Nevertheless, Amber’s name is trending on Twitter, especially since Rose’s mom held up a sign that read “F*** yo 30 showers,” as seen in photos on Twitter. That sign would’ve been a direct comeback against Kanye West, who said that Kim Kardashian made Kanye take “like 30 showers,” as reported by the Inquisitr, after he broke up with Amber and began dating Kim.

“She’s just soaking in the moment. If Kim had dated me when I first wanted to be with her, there wouldn’t be an Amber Rose. It’s very hard for a woman to wanna be with someone that’s with Amber Rose. I had to take thirty showers before I got with Kim.”

Amber co-signed with her mother’s message to Kanye about slut-shaming on Instagram. On Instagram, that post showing Rose’s mom’s sign received more than 77,000 likes and a plethora of comments.

LOS ANGELES, CA - AUGUST 30: Model Amber Rose attends the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on August 30, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)
LOS ANGELES, CA – AUGUST 30: Model Amber Rose attends the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on August 30, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

Apparently, Amber is turning the word “slut” on its head and reclaiming the insult as something positive. When Rose attended the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards, she wore an outfit emblazoned with all the labels that have been hurled against Amber and other women. Those labels not only included “slut” but gold digger and “h**s” and more.

On Twitter, Amber has garnered nearly 32,000 tweets about the Slut Walk led by Rose. Even as Amber says that she’s no role model for children — and that her Slut Walk is for adults. As reported by E!, Amber wore lingerie and held up a sign that read “Strippers have feelings, too.”

Other signs proclaimed things like, “my p****, my choice” and some more suspect signs, calling women the “n*****s” of the world. The Slut Walk began in 2011 in Toronto, and apparently it is growing in popularity each year as social media brings people from all over the world into the events of the Slut Walk.

CHICAGO, IL - SEPTEMBER 07: A protestor listens to organizers before marching in a Slutwalk demonstration on September 7, 2013 in Chicago, Illinois. Slutwalk, which was started in Toronto in 2011, is a march held to educate people about rape and sexual assault and change a past culture of victim blaming. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
CHICAGO, IL – SEPTEMBER 07: A protestor listens to organizers before marching in a Slutwalk demonstration on September 7, 2013 in Chicago, Illinois. Slutwalk, which was started in Toronto in 2011, is a march held to educate people about rape and sexual assault and change a past culture of victim blaming. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Amber even raised $55,774 for Rose’s “Slut Walk” on GoFund Me, which explained that the Slut Walk was hosted by a charity named The Amber Rose Foundation. The purpose of Amber’s non-profit was to give a voice to women around the world. The money collected for her foundation was to be put to good use in the Slut Walk, wrote Amber, saying that HIV testing services and other sexual awareness services would be made available.

Rose wrote that Los Angeles is only one of the cities on her radar to expand the Slut Walk beyond, and that the Slut Walk aims to put the focus on double standards that are at times levied against women within a rape culture.

Previously, Amber – whose real name is Amber Levonchuck – appeared in the Light Girls movie on Oprah’s OWN channel. Rose spoke about her own Creole family, and how they didn’t accept her ex Wiz Khalifa, and thought they were better than him. On Instagram, Rose has shown off her waist trainers and throwback photos of a “young Ambs” when she was a pre-teen.

[Image via Scott Olson/Frazer Harrison/Getty Images News]

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