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Amber Rose Slutwalk gets star studded support

ANI  |  Washington D.C. [USA] 

The annual 'Amber Rose Slutwalk' at Los Angeles' Pershing Square witnessed a number of celebrities coming out and strutting down the busy road for a cause.

Aimed to combat women's equality issues, the event featured several familiar faces including BFF Blac Chyna, Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett, Angel Brinks and Vanderpump Rules star Scheana Shay, reports People magazine.

The 'Loveline' host and 'Dancing With the Stars' contestant traveled to was amazed by the crowd that had gathered in the afternoon with signs and hoardings, some of which read "don't tell me to cover up from MeUndies" and "marching for Muva."

The 32-year-old model later took to Instagram to post a selfie with a man who painted his chest with "without consent it's rape."

"Exactly #AmberRoseSlutWalk," she wrote.

Rose's BFF Wilkinson-Baskett shared on social media, another clip taken while practicing her speech in a party bus.

"I'm so excited to be here with all you motherf--kers and this beautiful bitch Amber," the 30-year-old American model posted.

'Amber Rose Slutwalk' helps to promote female empowerment and put an end to slut-shaming and victim-blaming. As of Saturday morning, more than 20,000 dollars had been raised on the Amber Rose Foundation's crowdrise page.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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First Published: Sun, October 02 2016. 14:43 IST
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