Amber Rose is being added to the list of celebrities who aren't supporting Donald Trump in the race to become president. Rose said if Mr. Trump was elected president, she would flee the United States for Canada.
According to the Daily Beast, Amber Rose "joked" that she was going to move to Canada if Trump was put into a position of power. Instead, Rose says she plans on voting for Democrat Hillary Clinton, if she gets the nomination from the Democratic party.
"I can't f****n' wait! I'm so excited. I'm voting for Hillary, I don't give a f**k. I love her, and always have. I feel like this is her time to just s**t on everybody and be the powerful woman that she is."
Amber Rose says she'll move to Canada if Donald Trump is elected https://t.co/lRZwN2vomK pic.twitter.com/f0Dvx6E8GgAlthough this might have been a joke, some people are adamant about their plans to leave the United States if Donald Trump is elected president.
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Amber Rose is certainly not the only celebrity to voice their opinion leaning in the opposite direction of Trump. As the Inquisitr reported, singer John Legend has gone on public record to call Mr. Trump a racist. Legend and Donald Trump Jr. got into a Twitter war. The exchange went down when Trump Jr. tweeted about the protests in Chicago, following a chaotic rally for Mr. Trump.
"Ha 5 students when asked why they were protesting couldn't even answer. The participation medal/micro aggression generation is pretty sad!"Legend, jumped on Trump Jr.'s tweet, calling the presidential hopeful a racist.
"I think they were protesting your racist father," he wrote. "This isn't complicated."
Trump Jr. then responded "Here we go again. That can't be the answer for everything you don't like. That's why the country is so divided now!"
John Legend wasn't deterred by Trump's tweet and wrote back, "@DonaldJTrumpJr no. It's just the answer when racist racists are saying racist s**t and are endorsed by the KKK."
Other celebrities against Donald Trump include Eva Longoria, Wyclef Jean, Kerry Washington, Marc Anthony, and Muhammad Ali.
Recently, actor Johnny Depp, who portrayed the former Apprentice host in a Funny or Die sketch, also gave his opinion about Donald Trump. While speaking to students at the Arizona State University, Depp called Trump "a brat."
Johnny Depp revisits his Trump impression, and calls him a "brat" https://t.co/xBpodTXRq0 pic.twitter.com/iupQBjv4pgAt the time, Depp explained how he approached playing Trump.
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"It's not just about being a rich kid or anything like that. I approached Donald Trump as what you kind of see in him when you really watch him. There's a pretense. There's something created about him in the sense of bullydom. But what he is, I believe, is a brat."That said, Donald Trump does have his supporters, who are just as vocal. Preacher Joel Osteen recently defended Trump.
"Mr. Trump is an incredible communicator and brander. He's been a friend of our ministry. He's a good man." He hasn't publicly endorsed Trump, as he's said in the past that he doesn't talk about politics, but this is as close as we're going to get to Osteen endorsing the Republican candidate.
Even former political candidates have trashed Trump in the press. Former Republican nominee Mitt Romney, who lost the 2012 Presidential election to President Barack Obama, had a lot to say about Trump's character.
During a speech in Salt Lake City, Romney called the GOP frontrunner "a phony, a fraud." He went on to describe Trump as, "a con artist" who has a "reckless" demeanor.
Romney, who is currently endorsing John Kasich, continued.
"His promises are as worthless as a degree from Trump University. He's playing the American public for suckers: He gets a free ride to the White House and all we get is a lousy hat."[Photo by Imeh Akpanudosen/Getty Images]