Video vixen Amber Rose has publicly called out VIBE magazine over her new feature.
Rose, who is now dating West Coast rapper Wiz Khalifa, criticized the popular urban publication about the authenticity of what was published.
Taking to Twitter, Rose said a portion of her interview was fabricated.
“Just read “my” interview in @VibeMagazine half of the story was untrue & ridiculous!,” she wrote May 28th.
“F##K that Cover F##K @VibeMagazine yall wrote a bunch of negative bullsh-t that I never said or did.”
“Yall don’t give a f that I have a Mom & Family thats gonna read that fake ass sh-t I gave yall a truthful interview & Yall f##ked me.”
“I’m so sick of keeping my mouth shut I didn’t ask for this life it was handed to me I was nothing but nice to everyone I spoke to @ Vibe” (Amber Rose’s Twitter)
Inside the magazine, Amber Rose opens up about life after Kanye, dating Reggie Bush and being Iconic. Peep the excerpts:
On Life Post-Kanye
What am I supposed to do? Crawl up in a corner and die ‘cause I’m not with Kanye anymore? Am I supposed to go back to the strip club and not take these opportunities that I have?
On her relationship with Reggie Bush
Me and Reggie [Bush] dated very briefly after Kanye…We were both each other’s rebound and we both knew that and were cool with that.
On why her story is relatable
I don’t have rich parents and it’s a struggle. I can’t just call my dad and be like, ‘Dad, my money is a little messed up. Can you buy me a car or a house? It’s not like that for me. I feel like more people will relate to my story than the Kardashians or the Hiltons.
On being iconic
Kanye would always tell be how beautiful I was and that I was going to be iconic. He always said that, ‘Baby, you are iconic. You don’t understand what you have. I didn’t. I didn’t understand it.