Model Amber Rose, widely recognized for her outspokenness and advocacy for women’s rights, has recently entered political territory, surprising and upsetting many of her followers. A recent post marks a significant departure from her earlier public criticisms of former President Donald Trump, sparking a flurry of comments and reactions not only from fans but also from other public figures who quickly voiced their astonishment.

With a single photo alongside Donald and Melania Trump, captioned “Trump 2024 ??????,” Rose declared her support for the former president on Monday. Rose addressed controversial topics such as transgender rights and abortion, supporting viewpoints often championed by the former president in multiple posts.


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The online uproar intensified when a video clip of Trump explaining his stance on abortion circulated widely, contrasted with Biden’s recent appeals to Congress to reinstate Roe v. Wade. Adding to the controversy, a video of Biden speaking at a commencement ceremony also spread online, starkly contrasting with Rose’s unexpected endorsement.

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“Lmaooo yall think Biden cares about black ppl??? Sad,” Rose wrote in a separate Instagram comment. “Do ur research. I did. I’ll ALWAYS put women first. Y’all want biological men in women’s sports Trump supports the most reasonable compromise on abortion. Stop being brainwashed cuz WE’RE ppl of color. Make your own decisions.”

Rose, born Amber Levonchuck, first captured public attention by appearing in music videos for artists like Ludacris, Young Jeezy, and Kanye West, with whom she also had a well-known relationship. Recognizable for her distinctive shaved head and forthright personality, Rose has been a prominent advocate for feminist issues, focusing particularly on body positivity and combating slut-shaming.

Trump is currently favored to win the presidency in November, with increasing support among minority voters contributing significantly to his lead. A recent New York Times/Siena College poll shows Trump ahead of Joe Biden in four out of five swing states. A particularly concerning statistic for Biden’s re-election prospects is his approval rating among Black voters. According to the poll, 22 percent of Black voters favor Trump, a substantial increase from the 2020 election when he garnered just 10 percent of the Black vote.

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