Amber Rose And 21 Savage Defend ‘I’m A Hoe Too” Sign Against SlutWalk Haters
BY Max Veron
Published 6 years ago
Amber Rose and rapper 21 Savage recently attended the 2017 SlutWalk event in Los Angeles this weekend, promoting gender equality. At the SlutWalk, 21 Savage received particular attention for holding up a sign declaring “I’m A Hoe Too.” Social media immediately latched onto the Atlanta rapper, delivering criticisms and jokes at his expense. But Savage and Amber Rose had their own messages for the haters. The couple recently came out with a video defending Savage’s sign and dismissing SlutWalk critics.
Amber Rose And 21 Savage Respond To Haters
Rose is no stranger to controversy. She has been attending the SlutWalk for years, an event kickstarted in 2011 in response to a Toronto cop’s controversial statement that women “avoid dressing like sluts in order not to be victimized.” His comment instantly drew criticism and people took to the streets in protest. It also inspired the creation of the SlutWalk, meant to promote gender equality and reclaim the words “slut” and “hoe.”
After the latest SlutWalk, Rose and Savage released two videos in response to critics. In Rose’s video, the model tears into critics questioning Savage’s support of the SlutWalk. “How the f*ck is my man not a savage anymore?” Rose says in the video. “Do y’all want him to pistol whip me? Beat me up? Shoot up the SlutWalk? Like what the f*ck do y’all want?”
Savage’s video also delivers a harsh message to haters, basically telling them to mind their own business. “Y’all need to get off a n*gga’s dick,” Savage says. “Get off my dick. Yeah, get off my b*tch dick too. SlutWalk was fun as a mother*cker.”