Glamor model Amber Rose posted a series of revealing photos this weekend wearing a white swimsuit nearly identical to one worn by Kim Kardashian. The posts fueled speculation about a feud between the two. She has also been pitted against other members of the Kardashian-Jenner clan after what she claims was a fake Twitter account started attacking Caitlyn and Kylie Jenner.
Rose posted a photo on Instagram of herself as she lounged by a small swimming pool. She lay on her belly and showed off her nearly bare backside in a very high-cut white swimsuit. The photo appears to be an endorsement for FitTea which appears prominently in the picture in front of her. She captioned the shot: Enjoying @FitTea this weekend, cleansing my body.
In another post, Rose posed with her back to the camera, giving a full view of her nearly exposed assets. The high-riding swimsuit showed off her buns and the low-cut back showed off even more skim. The Mirror recalled a nearly identical swimsuit worn by Kim Kardashian two years ago. She revealed her post-baby body via an Instagram post wearing a barely there white swimsuit.
Showbiz website Celebs Street also made reference to Kardashian’s post. They shared Rose’s photo and captioned the shot: Amber Rose shows off her bum in white swimsuit — famously worn by Kim Kardashian .
Meanwhile, despite feud speculations, Rose is trying to stay out of another clash with the Kardashian-Jenner clan. She took to Instagram to fire back at a fake account that has been posting nasty tweets about Kylie Jenner, Tyga and Caitlyn Jenner among others. She posted screen grabs of the offensive tweets. “This is not my Twitter,” she said. “I’m not a mean girl and I don’t jump on the bandwagon of bullying ppl at all especially when the whole world is against them, she continued. Furthermore I love the LGBT community and would never say the ignorant things this Parody account is saying.
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