Diva behavior? Amber Rose accused of ‘DWTS’ drama

Amber Rose
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Earlier this week, reports claimed that Amber Rose is expanding her brand, once again, and will make a splash on the upcoming season of “Dancing With the Stars.” However, the usually free-spirited bombshell is reportedly stirring up trouble on the “DWTS” set with her alleged diva behavior.

According to reports, Rose, who hasn’t made any public statements yet about her alleged casting on “DWTS,” reportedly asked to be a part of the show months ago. However, sources say that producers were scared to cast her because she wanted complete control of her portrayal and experience in the TV competition.

“Amber Rose approached producers to let them know that she was interested months ago,” the insider said. “But producers were hesitant because Amber wanted to be able to call the shots.”

Sources claim that Rose has been a full-on diva and wants to control everything from the dancers she works with to how much her salary on the show will be.

“Amber told them that she wanted to be able to pick her dancing partner and she also wanted a salary that was more than what they generally offer,” the source said.

Sources say that producers of “DWTS” faced another major issue when it came to casting Rose and that’s her busy schedule. As fans of Rose know, she’s juggling multiple business ventures, including her own brand of emojis. And most recently, Rose launched a weekly VH1 talk show, “The Amber Rose Show,” which is produced by Dr. Phil.

“Producers working on next season initially told Amber that they felt like she did not have the time to do this, given her busy schedule,” the source told Radar. “But Amber assured them that she will make the time.”

Well, what do you readers think? Do you believe that Rose is being a diva on set or do you think it’s just a rumor? Let us know in the comments.

Nicholas Robinson
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