By Rahul Lal

No stranger to the headlines, Amber Rose has been defending comments she felt were misconstrued and taken out of context during a recent interview with the Drink Champs podcast. People are saying Amber dissed the people of Philadelphia by calling them ugly. On the latest episode of Loveline, Rose addressed those comments.

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“Shoutout to everyone in Philly. Shoutout to all the beautiful women in Philly, which I never said you’re ugly. I would say I’m ugly before I say anyone else is ugly,” she began. “It makes me sad because I go back to my neighborhood, I go back to my city, I show love. For people who I grew up with to say stuff like that, it’s like yo, we were cool for my entire life.”

“I wanted to be brown skinned, I wanted to be dark skinned, I was the different one in my school. If I went to an all-white school, I would’ve been different to them as well,” she continued. “It would’ve been a different situation but I was always different and that’s what I was saying in the interview. Either way, I was different and people treated me different.”

Listen to the full episode of Loveline with Amber Rose below.

 

 

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