Amber Rose is tired of being bullied for her risque behavior and she has plans to fight back in a big way. The model-actress is organizing a Slut Walk event this summer in Los Angeles with plans to branch off to other major cities such as New York, Chicago and Miami.

Rose discussed the reasoning behind the walk-a-thon on Entertainment Tonight. The 31-year-old mom also had a few things to say about ex-boyfriend, Kanye West, and her Twitter feud with Khloe Kardashian.

When questioned about her inspiration behind throwing the unique event, Rose pointed to the rude slut-shaming by haters on Instagram. "It's improtant for me because I deal with it everyday. I deal with it via social media and out on the street, they don't qiute understand why I post what I post and how I speak on social media," she says.

Rose also responded to West's scathing comments about Rose during an interview on Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club.

"I just recently dealt with that with my ex saying he had to take thirty showers after he's been with me," she said. "We were happy when we were together and now all of a sudden I'm getting slut-shamed because we're not together anymore and it's unfair."

As for the feud with Khloe, the curvy model said she has no beef with her and she's willing to let it go.

"I don't hate Khloe, I don't hate her" she said. "Yes, I could've totally minded my business when it came to her sister or younger sister and her relationship, but me being a dancer at a young age [and] dealing with older men gave me the humility and knowledge to speak on the subject."

Although she doesn't hate Khloe, Rose still threw a jab at Kim.

“I can understand why it came across the wrong way to her, I get it, but that’s a phone call she could have had with me,” she said referring to Khloe's remarks about her. “She didn’t have to tweet 11 times and try to humiliate me when the only reason why these girls have careers is because their older sister [Kim] had a little fun on tape, let’s be realistic."

We will have to see if Rose's Slut Walk campaign catches on. Hopefully, her message of trying to end bullying on social media will connect with young people.

What do you think of Amber Rose's Slut Walk event? Is it wrong or is it empowering for women? Tell us in the comments below.

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