It's safe to say that Amber Rose isn't going to be having a Flavor of Love marathon any time soon.
During a recent episode of the Loveline with Amber Rose podcast, Radio.com reports that the talk show host pointed out the inherent sexism of dating reality shows that require women to compete with each other for the attention and affection of a man.
"I just did 14 Days of Love for VH1 during Valentine's Day and they played back all the Flavor of Love and Rock of Love [shows] and sh*t like that," she started. "So obviously, when it first came out, I was like 'Oh, this sh*t is f*cking amazing. I could watch this all day,' but watching it now as a feminist and different person? I'm like, 'Holy sh*t, this is disgusting, it's horrible.'"
Amber's co-host Dr. Chris Donaghue agreed with Rose, saying, "They're selling each other out just to get the dude. I don't know, I couldn't deal with it."
"I'm like, 'This is what people are doing on camera? They're confidently showing this part of themselves to the world?'" he continued.
Do you agree with Rose and Donaghue, or will they have to pry your Flavor of Love reruns out of your cold, dead hands?
Rose also weighed in on a black woman starring on The Bachelorette for the first time ever, saying, "I think it's so cool but she's getting a lot of sh*t because the black community is like, 'B*tch, you better pick a black man.' I think it's unfair and I think it's complete bullsh*t. I think she needs to follow her heart and be open to anyone and especially nowadays, who cares about that anymore?"
Here's the real shocker, though; Amber revealed that she had a chance to be on the first season of Love & Hip Hop, but she declined, adding that she has no interest in being on the show and never will. Amber's career could have gone a totally different way. How crazy is that? You can listen to the full episode below.
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