Amber Rose Defends Herself Amid Backlash Over Her Comments About Christianity

The model receives criticism after she says on 'It's Tricky with Raquel Harper' that she doesn't 'believe Jesus like died and like came back to life for my sins.'

AceShowbiz - Amber Rose remains defiant over her statement about Christianity. Despite getting backlash for commenting about Jesus, the model doubled down on her stance by sharing a video of her appearance on "It's Tricky with Raquel Harper" where she made the remarks.

"Check out my interview with @rocktopics I really never talk about religion but personally," the 38-year-old wrote in the caption. "I will never understand how white men from Europe went to Africa and stole Black people brought them to the US, Caribbean and back to Europe and beat them until they prayed to THIER God (Jesus)."

"Generations later we are still all brainwashed that a man from Nazareth was born from a virgin mother and died for our sins then was resurrected," she added. "Of course Jesus's mother was a virgin that's the only way she would be good enough to give birth to the son of God Lol sounds like a bunch of men manipulating and setting the standard for women."

Amber went on to note, "While men in the Bible had 10 wives I can go on and on for hours that's just the tip of the iceberg. Just be a good Person. People that bring up the Bible to fit their needs are usually the most hypocritical, judgmental people out there from my experience." She concluded, "I will forever be a loving compassionate person I don't need religious bigots to dictate who I am."

During her visit to "It's Tricky with Raquel Harper", Amber claimed, "I just don't believe Jesus like died and like came back to life for my sins." She continued, "I just believe that's crazy. That's ludicrous. I believe it's manipulative."

Noting that she believes more in science, Amber shared, "I just I don't understand how the first human species was on earth six to eight million years ago, and religion just started 2,000 years ago." Kanye West's ex added, "It just doesn't add up. It doesn't make sense. Even homosapiens. We've been here for 15, 20,000 years."

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