Amber Rose recently went on a social media rant in an attempt to save face from some damaging comments she made, months ago.
While the majority of those initially offended may have forgotten her words in the first place, her unwarranted explanation managed to throw salt on the wound, urging a former Basketball Wives star to chime in and drag her in the process.
The former reality star, who took offense to Rose's words the second time around, is Sundy Carter, who appeared in past seasons of Basketball Wives LA.
Specifically finding Rose's commentary about Philadelphia native women being not "traditionally attractive people," Carter dragged the self-proclaimed feminist to hell in a lengthy post of her own.
"For you to one second not give a f**k and the next you're explaining the reason behind the statement in quotations is a contradiction," she wrote. "I'm a Philly native and took offense to what you ORIGINALLY said. 'Traditionally' means typically and being that your words don't match what you preach as far as women empowerment, encouraging young girls to wear what they choose yet demand respect and all of the other bull-s**t you say screams a lot about your insecurities as well as character!"
Carter went on to stress that she, personally, sees beauty "in all shades and shapes" in her home city and continued her rant with these direct words: "US PHILLY women ain't trying to hear this bull-s**t."
Recap Rose's words, and read Sundy Carter's full response, below:
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