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Amber Rose was in no mood to take any of Piers Morgan’s sass on Twitter.

Over the weekend, Rose posted a nude selfie on social media to promote her annual SlutWalk, and though it was quickly deleted by Instagram, it remained on Twitter. Morgan, of course, had something to say about it.

“Put it away, luv. Thanks,” he wrote in response to Rose’s photo without bottoms on.

It didn’t take long for Rose to respond and attempt to take Morgan down on Twitter.

“I’ll take Things Misogynistic Assholes Say for 500, Alex,” she wrote.


But, Morgan still wasn’t done with her. He fired back once again, writing, “It’s not ‘misogyny’ to think that posting nude photos in the supposed name of feminist empowerment is pathetic attention-seeking bulls**t.”

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Rose tweeted in response, “Nude? Where? My breast nor my vagina was showing and my legs were closed. I am assuming you are referring to the pubic hair that was shown in the picture. Uncomfortable? Get over it.”

“I can handle your naked body, Amber – relax. I just can’t handle your ridiculous claim to be stripping off in the name of feminism,” Morgan responded adding later, “Talking of idiots, can’t you think of a less dumb way to promote feminism than getting your kit off?”

Rose still wasn’t done and shared a photo of a nude Adam Levine, who had women’s hands over his genitals. She asked the TV personality if he thought that photo was attention seeking, and Morgan stated that it wasn’t, as Levine was promoting prostate and testicular cancer awareness for charity.

That’s when Rose lost it.

“I raise awareness for my foundation as well Piers,” she responded. “That’s like saying breast cancer awareness is cool but what about HIV and AIDS […] my ‘naked’ body offended you for my nonprofit SlutWalk but a woman grabbing Adam Levine’s dick and balls was cool?”

“I’m sorry I forgot only men can be sexually confident,” she tweeted again.

Morgan then shared a photo of himself “nude” in a Burger King ad and wrote, “If famous men started posting naked photos to social media claiming it was to ‘promote male empowerment’, they’d be jailed.”

Though, things seemed to calm down one day later and they came to an accord. They both agreed to disagree and Rose even invited him on her show to really “hash this out.”

And all is right again in the world again.

(H/T Cosmo)

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