Amber Rose Opens Up About Sexual Consent During Red Table Talk With Jada Pinkett Smith

Amber Rose Opens Up About Sexual Consent During Red Table Talk With Jada Pinkett Smith
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Fans of Amber Rose know she has dated some of the most successful and famous men in the music business over the last few years, however, she has had her fair share of negative experiences with some of them. During a recent appearence on Red Table Talk , the media personality shared a story about one instance in which she was pressured into sex.

While speaking with the hosts of the show -  Jada Pinkett Smith and her mother, Adrienne Banfield-Jones, and Willow Smith, Jada's daughter - Amber dived into some of these experiences. Rumer Willis, the daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore, was also there as a guest.

According to Hot New Hip Hop, the latest episode of the Facebook series just went live and fans were eager to watch the women in question reflect on their experiences regarding sexual consent and the proverbial "gray area" in which women feel as though they have been pressured into sex by a significant other.

Rose said on the show that the last time she was pressured into sex was during a relationship of just two years. The star says she didn't want to be with him anymore, and she told him she was leaving, but he didn't want to hear it.

Amber said he acted like she didn't even say anything, ripped off her clothes, had sex with her, and then he went downstairs and ate breakfast like nothing ever happened. Since Amber came out with her story, fans have been wondering who it was.

As most know, she was previously in a relationship with Wiz Khalifa, Kanye West, and 21 Savage. Nowadays, Amber is dating the music industry executive, Alexander "AE Edwards," and she has a baby with him as well.

Yesterday, Adrienne Banfield Jones was in the headlines for a similar reason and related to the same talk show as well. Adrienne opened up to her daughter about the time she had sex with her father but without proper consent.

She described it as a "gray area" where it wasn't really rape, but she didn't really say "yes" or "no" either.

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