Amber Rose Says She's No Longer 'Brainwashed by the Left' After  Donald Trump Endorsement

The model and TV personality doubles down on her public support for the former president of the U.S. in a new interview, stressing that Trump's guilty verdict doesn't change her mind.

AceShowbiz - Amber Rose's political stance remains unaffected even after Donald Trump's guilty verdict. The model doubled down on her public support to the former president of the U.S. in a new interview on Friday, June 7.

Met on Beverly Boulevard in Los Angeles, Amber was asked about why she decided to support Trump despite being a women's rights advocate. Speaking to a TMZ photographer, she said, "Is Donald Trump not for women's rights issues? He's gonna make America great again. That's for women too, right?"

Amber also shared that the guilty verdict didn't change her mind at all. If anything, the television personality believed that it would only help Trump back to the White House more. "I think people see the injustice in what happened and they want to vote for him more than ever," Amber explained.

Of celebrities starting to vote for Trump, Amber said, "I think we just did our research and we're just - we're not brainwashed anymore by the left. I can't say that about myself. All these years I've been brainwashed and I'm not anymore."

The former girlfriend of Kanye West was also asked if Trump would approve Slut Walk, a protest event founded her Amber that aims to raise awareness around gender inequality. "I haven't done the Slut Walk since 2018. So I think I could do something better for women than a Slut Walk," she shared.

"Although I was very passionate about the Slut Walk. I love donating hundreds to thousands of dollars to help women get counseling for domestic violence and sexual assault and rape," she clarified. "I'm still that person. I just don't think I need a Slut Walk for that."

Last month, Amber shocked fans when she publicly endorsed Trump in an Instagram post. In the post, the 40-year-old was seen posing with the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, who will face President Joe Biden in November, and his wife Melania Trump at an undisclosed black-tie event. "Trump 2024 [U.S. flags]," so she captioned the post.

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