Amber Rose Speaks On Her “Hoechella” Outfit At the #KYST Tour
While at Atlanta’s Clark Atlanta University for the Know Your Status (#KYST) tour alongside Nina Parker, Don Benjamin and Jaquees, Cordell Broadus, Sibley Scoles and sex expert Shannon Boodram, Amber Rose spoke on the infamous “Hoechella” (her words) outfit she wore at Coachella.
Amber wore a completely see-through shirt while partying at the festival with Odell Beckham and The Migos to show that women should be able to walk around shirtless like men do.
“I had a mesh shirt on and no bra on, I just had my t*ts out. I want people to understand why I do that. I do stuff like that because society is teaching us that that is wrong,” said Amber to a room of Clark Atlanta University students. “Men walk around bare chested everywhere they go but they look at our breasts like a sexual, erogenous zone. If I like my toes sucked, that means it’s an erogenous zone. I got my toes out right now and ain’t nobody saying s*** about it. I prove points, and you can go look at the comments underneath and you will not be surprised and they’re very negative.”
As previously reported Cardi B recently commented on the photo of Amber surrounded by the Migos including her boyfriend Offset and said that “hoes will be hoes.”
According to Amber people calling her a hoe for the Migos photo, however, are being a sexist, and a recent picture of Chris Brown on a boat surrounded by women got much more positive attention.
“It’s funny I see Chris Brown with a bunch of girls on a boat, and then I just took a picture with Migos and they were surrounding me and I was just the biggest hoe and Chris Brown was the man. So it proves a point.”
In addition to speaking on her “Hoechella” outfit, Amb and the rest of the panel dished out advice to the college students and stressed the importance of safe sex practices.
Moderated by Karen Civil, the Atlanta #KYST tour stop included info on taking the proper precautions to avoid contracting STDs and gave CAU students tips on positive sexual health habits as they move into adulthood.
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