Amber Rose Is Hip Hop's Sexiest Muse In New Issue of INKED Magazine

Amber Rose Is Hip Hop’s Hottest Muse In New Issue of INKED Magazine (See Cover + Entire Shoot)

The always beautiful arm candy, Amber Rose chats it up in a black and white editorial in the latest issue of Inked. She babbles with the magazine about her thoughts on PDA, her tats and what inspired her to cut her hair off.

Say what you want you want about Amber, but the future wife of Wiz Khalifa knows how to take a good picture. Her curvaceous body and that exhalted blonde bald mane of hers will always be the object of attention even past her given fifteen minutes. Inked collaborated with Amber’s Twitter fans to ask the questions they wanted to know about her for this article. Here’s what Amber had to say:

What makes you feel s**y?
When I have a fresh cut and a tan.

What made you cut off all your hair?
When I was a little girl I used to love Sinéad O’Connor’s video and song “Nothing Compares 2 U.” I knew I wanted to look as beautiful as she did one day, so when I was old enough to make my own decisions, at 19, I cut it off, and it’s been over eight years now.

Was the decision to cut your hair easy to do, or was it something you went back and forth on?
I knew I wanted to do it really bad, but I was scared. As a woman your hair is your confidence. But once I did it, I never went back.

When and what was your first tattoo?
I was 15 and I got paw prints on my upper thigh. It was kind of a fad in Philly and all the girls had them.

Do you plan on getting another tattoo? What would it be of?
I want to get two full sleeves eventually, but I just don’t know what I want yet.

How do you manage to ignore the haters and the negativity and remain confident?
It’s not easy—I won’t lie. But I choose to keep my life positive. I’m not perfect, so I ask God to forgive me all the time and thank him for helping me grow into a better woman. That gets me through everything.

See more of the interview on the final page and check out the pics on the following pages:

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