What Amber Rose Is Saying About Same-Sex Marriage: ‘Slavery Actually Happened Here’ — #LoveWins

What Amber Rose Is Saying About Same-Sex Marriage: ‘Slavery Actually Happened Here’ — #LoveWins

Amber Rose commented on same-sex marriage via Instagram. As you know, Rose’s social media accounts are her main speaking outlets for her personal life. Here are her thoughts on homosexual unions.

“#LoveWins it’s truly amazing to think about all of the changes we’re able to see during our generation. When our children are grown they probably won’t even believe that once upon a time Gays and Lesbians were unable to get married.

“It’s like how we feel about women not being able to vote or the fact that slavery actually happened here in America smh. This is a great day for us as people! There’s no downgrades or upgrades it’s all about <3.”

If you’re unaware of what’s sparked such a statement, as of today, the United States Supreme Court ruled that same-sex marriage is now legal in every state.

To this, President Barack Obama even quotes as follows.

“Today we can say, in no uncertain terms, that we’ve made our union a little more perfect.”

Amber Rose has had certain bisexual curiosities in the past. If you take a stroll down her Instagram page, you’ll possibly see a photo or two of her making out with a female.

When Amber Rose uploaded this photo to Instagram nearly three months ago, she captioned, “I’m def half lesbian after my makeout sesh with Amy Schumer.”

Whether that’s to be taken as a joke or not is up to you.

In case you’ve been out of the loop, approximately a week ago, Amber bid farewell to her tattoo of ex-husband Wiz Khalifa. Although she said that she was going to keep the tat in a recent interview, her actions proved otherwise.

And while she may have bi-curious tendencies, Rose’s relationship is heterosexual as it stands. She’s dating rapper Machine Gun Kelly (MGK). She says it’s nothing too serious, but she’s just enjoying life for now.

All in all, do you agree with Amber Rose’s Instagram statement on gay marriage? Will it be the current generation’s kids? Or their kids’ kids? How soon will the traditional idea of marriage be forgotten? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments section.


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