Amber Rose acquired right into a struggle with Joseline Hernandez on a actuality TV present after the latter accused her of “wanting to be a white girl.”
The mannequin’s dust-up with the Love & Hip Hop alum appeared in a trailer for an upcoming episode of the celeb version of BET’s College Hill: Celebrity Edition. The actuality sequence follows contestants as they reside collectively and attend traditionally Black universities.
A trailer for subsequent week’s episode, with sturdy language, was shared to Twitter. In it, Rose and Hernandez are sitting in a classroom at Alabama State University (ASU) with different celebrities when the controversy about race kicks off.
Rose, who’s biracial, opened up on how “I don’t fit in white spaces, but I don’t fit in black spaces.”
Known as “the Puerto Rican Princess,” Hernandez checked out Rose when she referred to “the whites” within the room. However, she later apologized to the mannequin, saying, “if you feel like I singled you out, I apologize. I didn’t mean to do that.”
Despite the apology, their argument continues to warmth up when Hernandez takes one other intention at Rose. “You know what? Your problem really is you want to be a white girl! Your problem is you really don’t want to be Black,” she shouts at an incredulous Rose, because the trainer chides her for her remark.
Rose is then seen standing up and strolling over to Hernandez, as she says within the voice over, “I can’t let nobody bully me like that.”
The clip then exhibits Rose taking a swipe at Hernandez and cuts away to the opposite celebrities within the room who look shocked. They are heard saying, “No.” Reality star Tiffany Pollard could be seen crying and screaming, “Oh, my God.”
It exhibits among the bodily altercation earlier than a display screen of textual content pops up explaining the choice to not present the total struggle.
The assertion on the display screen reads that “out of respect for all parties involved, we have chosen not to show this fight. ‘College Hill’ and ASU do not condone violence of any kind.”
Newsweek contacted Rose and Hernandez’s representatives by e mail for remark.
The struggle precipitated a lot debate on Twitter, however some folks had been extra disillusioned that BET did not air the total altercation.
“Joseline was low key right. All season Amber was trying to ‘prove’ her whiteness or biracial likeness for whatever reason. You are at a HBCU, you should be honing into your blackness, and it’s greatness,” wrote one person.
Another added: “What Amber Rose meant was she doesn’t feel accepted by Black women. Black men lust after her bc [because] Amber Rose is still very much a mixed/white woman who benefitted from having Black women’s aesthetics and proximity to Black men. That’s the conversation that should be had.”
But a third was more keen to see the struggle between the ladies: “I’m mad BET put the Joseline and Amber Rose fight in the trailer and then didn’t even show it.”
Rose grew to become well-known when she dated Kanye West for 2 years from 2008.
She later married Wiz Khalifa in 2013, and the pair welcomed their son, Sebastian, the identical yr earlier than submitting for divorce in 2014.
Rose additionally shares a 3-year-old son, Slash, with Cher’s present boyfriend, record-label govt Alexander Edwards.