Seems like when you drop your clothes for that coint, folks forget your have feelings too — at least according to Amber Rose.
The bald-head beauty stopped by “The Raw Word” for a chat with Claudia Jordan and Michael Eric Dyson, but when the conversation turned to the #MeToo movement Rose expressed some concerns.
“It’s kind of frustrating to me because all of a sudden, feminism became such a mainstream thing now that white — no shade — white, rich actresses start coming out saying, ‘Met too, me too,’” Amber told the hosts. “But, what happened to all of us? What happened to the strippers, the LGBTQ community, and the Black girls in college? Nobody wanted to talk about these people.”
Kanye’s former muse furthered her argument by bringing up the pay disparities between white actresses and actresses of color. “I really think it’s going to take, unfortunately, a white actress to come out and say, ‘Hey, black women needs to make as much money as we do in movies,’ for it to actually be a change.”
Do you think Amber has a point?
“All of a sudden feminism became such a mainstream thing now that – no shade – white, rich actresses start coming out saying ‘me too, me too.’ But what happened to all of us?” – @DaRealAmberRose on the #MeToo Movement. [via @therawwordtv]https://t.co/MSiEtWHQog pic.twitter.com/sP6l0n6PBR
— Yohance (@HUEYmixwitRILEY) March 12, 2018