Can she live?
Amber Rose came to Kim Kardashian's defense in her ongoing nude photo saga. Two days after Bette Midler and Chloë Grace Moretz criticized Kardashian for sharing a censored nude selfie on Instagram, Pink seemingly joined in on the discussion.
While the singer never mentions the reality star by name, she discusses using brains and strength instead of "tits and asses."
Rose, who wrote an essay for Time last month about slut-shaming and finding self-worth after a back-and-forth with Kanye West, took to Instagram to defend the mother of two.
"Pink, We've seen u damn near naked swinging from a rope (Beautifully) but what's the difference between a rope, a pole and a pic on Instagram? Classism," she wrote. "Because u sing while ur half naked does that make it 'Classy' or is it because u have a 'talent'?"
Rose also asked Kardashian to join her 2016 SlutWalk, a movement she started last year against slut-shaming that creates a safe space for women to share their stories and unite.
And @kimkardashian I don't know u well but I saw u speak about slut shaming and as u know I'm an activist feminist so it spoke to me. Being Slut shamed and ridiculed is not fun it's hurtful and mean. Us women deal with it everyday and I'm happy u can speak openly on this now because if anyone knows what it's like to be Slut Shamed it's u! Live it Kim! Make a difference and speak on it! Not only when it's convenient for u but when u can help others. Last year at my Slutwalk I told my Slut shaming story. This year I would love for u to come and tell urs. This is an open invite from me to u and ur sisters are welcomed too 😊 Let's let the naysayers know u are so much more then a sex tape (13 years ago) 🙄 fuck it own it. Ur a mom and a business woman, a wife, sister and daughter. Hope we can make this happen #AmberRoseSlutWalk2016
Others chimed in on social media to remind Pink that she's been in similarly undressed photos herself.
On Tuesday, Kardashian posted an essay about nudity and empowerment on her website in response to those who try to tear her down and others who continue to discuss her sex tape from 13 years ago.
"It's 2016. The body-shaming and slut-shaming -- it's like, enough is enough," she wrote. "I will not live my life dictated by the issues you have with my sexuality. You be you and let me be me. I am a mother. I am a wife, a sister, a daughter, an entrepreneur and I am allowed to be sexy."