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SlutWalk founder endorses Donald Trump with photo that FIRES UP social media


Model and activist Amber Rose sparked shock and outrage among her fans when she declared her support for former President Donald Trump in the 2024 election.

The 40-year-old women’s rights activist and founder of SlutWalk posted a photo of herself with Trump and former first lady Melania Trump at an event and captioned the Instagram post, “Trump 2024” along with three U.S. flag emoji.

Fans on social media immediately attacked the model for what they perceived was a hypocritical move given the accusations against Trump and Rose’s past criticism of the now-presumptive Republican nominee.

“AMBER, HE’S LITERALLY AGAINST EVERYTHING YOU STAND FOR! WTF?!?!?!” one user with the account @princetonboy915 wrote in the comments.


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“Imagine being an “advocate” for women’s rights and endorsing Trump and his party who reversed Roe V Wade. Wild,” wrote @nubian_throne.

“Unfollow with the quickness. He is against everything I thought you stood for. Bye girl,” commented Producer/actor/lawyer Nathan Hale Williams.

“Damn Amber… You’re a Bisexual woman of color that runs a movement that stands up for Women’s rights and their power against anyone that abuses it….that’s literally OPPOSITE of what he supports…smdh,” wrote actress Amber Whittington.

Rose’s Instagram post follows her revelation on a recent podcast that she has always been a “conservative.”

“I am conservative actually. I have always been conservative since I was young,” she said on the Just B with Bethenny Frankel podcast, explaining that she became “his sexpot type of girl” once she started dating Kanye West in 2008.

“That was my first relationship with a celebrity ever but also in the public eye. And he knows a lot about fashion and he always wanted me to dress very sexy,” she said. “And I’m like, ‘Ugh, I’m so not her.’ Like, I’m so not her and I get what I come off as but I am so not her.”

Even though social media ripped her apart for her stand with Trump, with one commenting, “Very desperate and embarrassing,” there were others who applauded her endorsement, with the photo receiving over 109,000 likes on Instagram.

“HOT & SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE KNOW TRUMP 2024 IS THE WAY,” one user commented.

“Time for a real leader,” wrote another.

Rose, who was first thrust into the mega spotlight as Kanye West’s girlfriend, made waves in 2018 when she slammed the Me Too movement for “leaving out” black women.

“Every woman deserves justice,” she told TMZ. “I just feel like a Black woman started it and then she just didn’t get the recognition that she deserved. And then it just became about rich white women. Although they deserve justice as well — just like every other woman — just don’t leave us out. That’s all I’m sayin’.”

“Maybe because I used to be a stripper, or maybe because I’m extremely outspoken,” she told Paper Magazine in a separate interview. “But they didn’t want to help me, and now I see them at the Golden Globes and they’re wearing black and all of a sudden they’re feminists. But I’m still not invited, I still don’t get any help from anyone, because I don’t just advocate for Hollywood starlets. I advocate for the strippers and the porn stars and the gay boys that get raped all the time. Transexuals — all of the people that are forgotten, they’re all at my SlutWalk. So it just becomes frustrating to me because, now all of a sudden, all of the women that are in $20 million movies are coming out and now everybody wants to help. They forgot about the regular people like us.”

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