Amber Rose re-ignites her beef with the Kardashians

Kim and Amber Rose

The only reason these girls have a career is because of Kim’s sex tape’: Amber Rose re-ignites her feud with the Kardashians… as she says ex Kanye West ‘sl*t-shamed’ her

She buried the hatchet with her former love rival Kim Kardashian earlier this year, speaking out in support of her naked selfie and shocking fans by posing for a picture together.

But Amber Rose appears to have re-ignited her feud with the Kardashians, reminding people the family are only relevant because of Kim’s infamous sex tape leak, which helped propel them to fame in 2007.

In a new interview with the New York Daily News, the 32-year-old social media sensation insisted that despite her public spats with the girls, she certainly doesn’t ‘hate’ them.

However, she cheekily added: ‘But let’s face it. The only reason these girls have a career is because their older sister had a little fun on tape’.

Amber dated Kim’s now-husband Kanye West from 2008 to 2010, and the drama stems from their bitter break-up.

It’s fair to say the relationship did not end amicably with Amber previously branding Kim, the mother of Kanye’s two children, a ‘homewrecker’.

Kanye was bold about slamming his former girlfriend in 2015 when he said in an interview that he had to take ’30 showers’ after dating Amber.

He candidly confessed: ‘If Kim had dated me when I wanted, there would be no Amber Rose.’

Amber has rebranded herself as a fierce feminist in recent times, leading an annual SlutWalk in Los Angeles in protest of a flip remark reportedly made by a police officer after a string of sexual assaults in Canada, claiming, ‘Women should avoid dressing like sluts in order not to be victimized.’

The star explained that she wants to be the poster girl for all women who have been sl*t-shamed, taking inspiration from her own experiences>

She added to the New York Daily News: ‘I deal with talk like that every day. I recently dealt with that when my ex (Kanye) said he had to take 30 showers after he’d been with me.

‘We were happy when we were together and now I’m getting sl*t-shamed because we’re not anymore . . . and it’s unfair.