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Amber Rose’s talk show tackles sex, small packages and Taylor Swift

Stage 29 Productions / VH1
Stage 29 Productions / VH1

In case you missed it, on Friday, July 9, Amber Rose made her big TV debut, hosting the premiere of “The Amber Rose Show.” The 32-year-old along with celebrity guest and rapper French Montana opened with a bang.

“I’m so excited to have my own show,” she said. “Yes, so you guys can get to know the real me. And, actually, people don’t know this about me but I’m actually a virgin. Just kidding! I’m a ho.”

During her monologue, Rose referenced celebs such as R&B crooner Chris Brown, Taylor Swift and her ex Kanye West. She even talked about Swift’s new boyfriend, Tom Hiddleston, and their PDA-filled Fourth of July weekend, during which the British Thor actor showcased his admiration for Swift, rocking an “I ♥ T.S.” tank top. “So cute,” Rose said. “Can I please come next year to your party? Please? And Taylor, as long as you know my plus one won’t be Kanye, then we’ll be straight.”

In a segment titled “Ask MUVA,” an audience member shared a story of dating a guy with a small penis, admitting his package may be a deal breaker. Rose used her “no filter” style to encourage the young lady to run in the other direction.

“He had a small dick?” asked Rose. “I think you should cut him off. I mean, listen, you just said you ‘kind’ of like him. You don’t want to grow to love him and he has a small penis. Listen, on the ‘Amber Rose Show,’ we are not about body shaming—he can’t help what he has in his pants, so we’re not going to judge him for that, but your personal preference is to have a guy with a bigger dick and if it’s just not there, it’s just not there.”

Of course, Rose had to throw a little shade. While offering advice to another woman with a condom problem, the former video vixen mocked men who “put on Magnums and they’re not a Magnum size.” Later on, the VH1 host offered another woman sexting tips. “Don’t ever, ever, ever send nudes,” she said. “Unless you really don’t give a s–t about it being on the internet. Just keep it all verbal. It actually stimulates the mind more.”

Although we’re still unsure of the purpose of Rose’s show, she certainly knows how to keep those checks coming. What are your thoughts on Rose’s new talk show? Will you be watching? Sound off in the comment section below.

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