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Amber Rose Quotes

Amber Levonchuck Rose

Amber Rose quotes: on slut-shaming, social media money, fame, and more.

“First and foremost, don’t be scared to be exactly who you are. When you’re confident in yourself, and I say that in every aspect—once you become fully comfortable with yourself, you’ll be able to be a better entrepreneur because you’ll allow yourself to get into things you didn’t allow yourself to get into before.”

“Confidence and knowing who you are is power. If you feel comfortable in what you have, then that’s the beauty of it. It’s about being confident, individual, and doing your own thing.”

“You have to be fully, fully confident in who you are and it took me awhile. I finally got there and it feels great.”

“If I wake up and I’m like, ‘Sh*t, this is going to be a tough day,’ or I’m doing something I’ve never done before, I talk myself out of it. [Instead,] I tell myself, ‘I’m capable, great, and even if I mess up, I get better over time.'”

“Everything comes with education. It’s not the end. It’s all about learning.”

“If you really do want to change, put your mind to it.”

“When you care too much, you’re not living at your full potential. When you really stop caring about what people say, that’s when you really start living.”

“I went from 1.2 million Instagram followers to 5.5 million in a couple months [she has nearly 21 million today]. I attribute it more to my own personality. I think the turning point was when I just stopped giving a f*ck about what people say. One day, I just woke up and I was like, ‘You know what? I can’t sit around and stress anymore about the internet and what people say about me. I just gotta do me.’ I guess social media did help create the feminist monster that I’ve become.”

“Like every poor person, I used to dream about winning the lottery. I didn’t just get money, though. I got fame. And I got fame before I got money, and it was scary. I didn’t really want to be a celebrity. It just kind of happened to me.”

“My mom gave me my confidence growing up. She’s the one that always told me that I could be great and to never stop. And be myself. Because I came such a long way. We didn’t have a lot of material things, but we definitely had love. She taught me compassion, and she taught me how to be a good person.”

“My mom supports me, she taught me to be creative, to be an individual. She supported me. Through anything I wanted to do, she always supported me.”

“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 make $2 million on Instagram a year which generates revenue through all of my endorsement deals. I’ve amassed [a] $12 million net worth throughout my career as an author, media personality, music artist and a former model signed with Ford Models. I also launched my own emoji app.”

“Anything a man can get me, I can get for myself.”

“I have my own house. I have a Ferrari. I have a Jeep. I have an Escalade. I have two Can-Ams. I have a beautiful son, two assistants, lawyers, business managers, management, and access to pretty much whatever I want.”

“I never wanted fame. It’s just happened, so I decided to become an entrepreneur; to dip and dab my hands in everything to figure out what I liked along the way because I knew I couldn’t go back and be a regular girl in Philly; it was too late.”

“I didn’t try to be famous, I never did interviews for the first two years. I didn’t get the concept of the fame at all. I realized it wasn’t going away and that I had it. So I just figured it out along the way. My family and friends always kept me humble; and naturally, my personality, I’m just [a] very down to earth chick, always been this way.”

“I’ve never let the money and the fame change me.”

“My first book, How to Be a Bad B*tch, isn’t so much a guide to being like me as it is a handbook for how not to make the same mistakes I have. I also continue to supplement my income by doing club appearances in cities like Nashville, Miami, and Houston. It’s quick money; it’s easy money, and I get to really see my fans and stuff like that.”

“I love to eat and I don’t believe in denying myself, so I have to work out. I’m not obsessed with it—I don’t have a trainer or do any of the fancy classes.”

“I know when I do gain weight, I’m less confident. That’s when I work out and take the initiative to do things that make me feel better.”

“No matter where you come from or what you did in your past, everyone deserves love.”

“People make mistakes in life. Trust me, I have. But when you bully other people and you’re not perfect its so f*cked. I own up to every piece of my life.”

“I feel like society teaches women and girls that when you feel insecure about another woman, you slut-shame them. I feel like I had to have more life experience and as I got older things just didn’t seem right to me.”

“There’s derogatory labels that you just can’t say anymore. And all of these people band together to make these things happen. So when I started my SlutWalk, I was like, women have to band together in order to stop this. The gay community did it. The African American community did it with the N-word. People make movements and make it happen. We have to stop slut-shaming each other and knock down these derogatory labels because it’s going to continue if we don’t take a stand.”

“Men and women put other women down. If you don’t know what a SlutWalk is, it’s for slut-shaming, rape victims and sexual assault victims. Everything that we deal with as women… that’s unfortunate. The term SlutWalk, some don’t understand it but it’s a very positive thing.”

“The misconception about me is that people have been calling me a ‘hoe’ and a ‘slut’ since I can remember. People used to say things that never ever happened. When I became famous, I got associated with so many men. The rumors were out of my hands. If they only knew that I go to bed at eight o’clock with my son, I don’t have much of a social life and I work my ass off. When I do hear the sex questions that I get sometimes I am taken back but I’m never judging.”

“I grew up very poor, I didn’t grow up rich, I never knew famous people. But I also remember being the slut-shamer and looking at famous people on TV and judging them. So, now that I’m in that position, I’m like, ‘Yo, I was that girl who talks sh*t about celebrities,’ so when I see a comment, I can’t get mad because I was that person. I was not in the celebrity’s shoes at that time.”

“I never wanted to be famous. I didn’t ask for that. I didn’t even say anything for years. The world can’t be mad at me because people took a liking to my look. No one even knew what my voice sounded like!”

“I can find something beautiful in everyone.”

“I think everyone is absolutely gorgeous and beautiful in their own way, and I am about body positivity and loving yourself.”

“It’s very important to have family time. It keeps you grounded and humble.”

“I threw negativity out the window and just live my life for me and my baby. Hopefully I inspire women to do the same in life, with whatever makes them happy.”

“Life is hard even when you’re blessed but God will never give you more than you can handle.”

“It definitely has been a journey.”

“If we can make somewhat of a difference, we’re making a difference. If we can do that, that’s all for the greater good.”

“I’m pretty blessed.”

“I’m moving on to my future and helping people at the same time. God is good.”

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