*You may be wondering if this book cover is real life.
Sadly, it is.
Although, we’re concerned about the dead man on the rocks – he’s the wrong color, no? Just saying’… Amber prefers ’em the color of delicious, creamy Nutella, so we’re not feelin’ this cover. File this cover under: #epicfail. It might be racist too, (where the Black man at?), but the jury is still deliberating on that.
Perhaps because her fans want to be bad b*tches, and none want to be virtuous women, the delicate petal known as Amber Rose has penned a guide on life, love, and success.
Hold up…. “a guide on life, love, and success”? *scratches head…*
Sure, she’s successful at…umm, well… becoming a household name. Yeah, that’s safe to say. However, let us take a moment to reflect on what we know about Amber’s love life. Based on her Tweets and bickering with her baby daddy via social media, has her love life been so successful that you wanna know “how she does it?”
“Check out the Official cover for my book “How To Be A Bad Bitch” Shot by David LaChapelle and make sure you preorder your copy now on Amazon (link in bio) @simonandschuster @gallerybooks “
We like Amber, and her fashion rocks, but we’re not sure we’re ready to advance to her level of “bad b*tch.” After all, we’re still recovering from #BlackLivesMatter. However, if you’re ready to advance, pick up Amber’s book when hits bookshelves October 27, 2015.
Speaking of her “guide on life,” Amber recently spoke to Cosmo about beginning a career as a stripper at just 15 years old:
“I was very, very young. I did it and I was like, ‘Oh, hell no, I cannot do this.’ I was a kid. I think I was still a virgin at the time. Being onstage with my boobs out, it was like, ‘Oh my god, this is not for me.'”
Amber says she turned to stripping as a way to earn some extra money, but it didn’t work out. However, she tried it again a few years later when she was 18, and she loved it:
“That was the best time of my life! Oh my god, I had so much fun. I really did. All the girls were really cool. The guys weren’t allowed to touch you. I was never sexually assaulted or [anything]. I was young, beautiful, I was onstage, I wasn’t really ashamed of my body. I made lifelong friends.”
Amber stripped until she was 25, and perhaps her forthcoming life guide will offer tips to adolescents who are too cool for school and prefer a life of tweaking for wanna be rappers until they find their very own Tyga to rescue them.
“I was always about girl power, but I didn’t quite get it because I did always feel like I had to be completely submissive to a man,” Amber said in the Cosmo interview. “I was always very unhappy doing that. I think I needed time to grow up. You get to a certain point in your life where you really find out who you are, and sometimes that happens when you’re 25, but for me, it was 31. I didn’t quite know that before. I guess social media did help create the feminist monster that I’ve become.”