Roughly a week after Amber Rose held her annual Slutwalk festival, she’s still getting attacked by her detractors who find the event inappropriate for young women. Rapper-turned-reality star Benzino has been the most vocal stating that Rose’s Slutwalk only promotes ho-ing and not empowerment.

For the past seven days, Benzino has been trying to clarify his point that he’s not trying to disparage women who participated in the event. The 51-year-old maintains that the slutwalk doesn't help women it only degrades them. Zino said the event was nothing but a marketing ploy for Rose and her business ventures.

On Sunday (Oct. 9), Rose went on her Instagram account and told all of the haters - including Benzino - to sit the hell down. The blonde-haired model said she's not ashamed of the slutwalk festival.

"If you don't like the Slutwalk movement don't follow it. It's really simple," she wrote. "Mind ur f---ing business and please stop telling women to dim our lights. We're Powerful and we have a voice!"

"Referring to myself as a slut is me taking back this derogatory word and taking the pain and bullying out of it," she continued. "If you don't want to do that you don't have to. It works for me and most of the women that follow me we will not be put down for being confident in our sexuality. If that makes you feel uncomfortable so be it."

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