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Amber Rose: I don’t do malicious things

Published 22/04/2015

Amber Rose
Amber Rose

Amber Rose has spoken about her Twitter argument with Khloé Kardashian, insisting she was just trying to defend herself.

The 31-year-old hit headlines back in February when she was involved in a feud with Khloé Kardashian following comments she made about the reality star’s 17-year-old sibling Kylie Jenner’s rumoured romance with Tyga, 25.

But Amber insists the very public row was out of character for her, and was simply the result of her attempting to defend herself.

“This is the thing, people ask me about that, but that’s one argument I’ve had on Twitter in the past seven years," Amber told the Daily Mirror Online.

"I’m not a mean person, but I’m not going to get bullied. I’m not the queen of clapbacks. I don’t do malicious things to people. That was just... sh*t happens."

Amber has a history with the Kardashian family as she formerly dated Kim’s husband Kanye West.

She previously said she would have appreciated a phone call from Khloé following the feud because she felt her response to her comments were unfair.

"I don't hate Khloé. I don't hate her. I could have totally minded my own business when it came to her sister. But, me being a dancer at such a young age, dealing with older men, gave me the humility and knowledge to speak on such a subject. [So] I can understand why it came across the wrong way to her. I get it," Amber told ET.

"But, that's a phone call she could have had with me. She didn't have to tweet 11 times and try to humiliate me, when the only reason these girls have careers is because their older sister had a little fun on tape. Let's be realistic."

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