Beyoncé fans destroyed Amber Rose for even saying the sacred name when discussing double standards.

Beyoncé fans destroyed Amber Rose for even saying the sacred name when discussing double standards.
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In an interview with the Daily Beast during SXSW, Amber Rose made some refreshingly real points about double standards and how Channing Tatum was a stripper (which is always a good thing to recall). Unfortunately for her, it also set off an absolute firestorm.

Aside from Kim K. and Kanye, Rose dropped the name Beyoncé in her interview, which set people off in a way that Rose probably didn't foresee. Rose—who led a SlutWalk in October to protest all the mud slung at her and other women—was simply making a point about double standards, specifically regarding herself and Kim Kardashian, she of the nude selfie.

They come at me and Kim so hard because I was a stripper and she had a sex tape. So if we could sing, it would be OK if we were on stage half-naked. We all love Beyoncé, but she’s on stage half-naked and twerking all the time, yet people say, oh, she has talent so she’s able to do that. We don’t have the talent that Beyoncé has, so we get criticized as former sex workers, but at the end of the day we’re just women—we’re all women—and we should all embrace each other. No one is greater. We’re all the same. So, to criticize us as incapable of being smart businesswomen because Kim has a reality show and I’m a socialite and we don’t sing is stupid. We’ve both been in movies, and we take our acting, business ventures, and everything else very seriously.

No one gives a fuck that Channing Tatum was a stripper. He’s an established actor who’s at the Vanity Fair parties and the Oscars, but for me, no matter how far I go in my life, I see these stories that keep referring to me as a ‘former stripper.’ No one says ‘former stripper’ about Channing Tatum, or ‘former McDonald’s worker’ about Brad Pitt. No one does that to men. And furthermore, if a man was to post a semi-nude selfie in the mirror—like The Game, for example—everyone is like, damn, you’ve got a big dick, or damn, you’ve got a nice body. Nobody says, damn, Kim had a fuckin’ baby and that bitch looks bangin’ as fuck! Nobody says that!

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I love u ❤️

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Despite all the positive feelings she has for Kim, the two moms likely won't be taking selfies together any time soon.

"The thing is, me and Kim will probably—I won’t say we’ll never be friends, but we accept each other for who we are, and that’s the most important thing as women," Rose said.

As to Kanye, the hope for a reconciliation is even more far-fetched. "I don’t get along with her husband—I don’t think we’ll ever be the best of friends—but it’s good that we understand who we both are, got all that shit out on the table, and can just move on with our lives knowing that the Internet is mostly what gave us the beef we had."

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The most recent flare up between the two occurred over Twitter, and involved Rose's ex, Wiz Khalifa, and some butt stuff. But according to Rose, it's all drama that the Internet created for entertainment. And entertain it did.

Last night #TorontoAllstarWeekend 😘

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Now Rose is amusing the Internet once more, if inciting fury falls under that category. Upon grouping herself, Kim Kardashian, and Beyoncé together by bringing up the very true fact that they are all women, Rose invoked the wrath of the BeyHive. Seriously, people FREAKED OUT because Rose named Beyoncé.

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https://twitter.com/goddessyonce/status/709735143146184704
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The BeyHive has been disturbed. Run, no one is safe.

Let's re-visit what exactly Rose said about Queen Bey.

We all love Beyoncé, but she’s on stage half-naked and twerking all the time, yet people say, oh, she has talent so she’s able to do that. We don’t have the talent that Beyoncé has, so we get criticized as former sex workers, but at the end of the day we’re just women—we’re all women—and we should all embrace each other.

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Squint hard to see the shade or direct comparison, and all you'll find is Amber Rose trying to make a point about societal standards.  

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