AceShowbiz - Many people are criticizing the extremely NSFW Cucumber Challenge, but Amber Rose is not one of them. The pregnant star took to her Instagram account to share her opinion of the viral challenge, which received mixed reactions across social media, and ask people to just relax.
"I wanted to talk to y'all about this cucumber challenge that I've been seeing going around on Instagram and stuff like that," she said in one of the clips she shared on the photo-sharing platform. "I've been seeing a lot of shaming going on and my personal opinion, I've seen the video and I was like, 'Damn b***h, my throat ain't set up like that, that's crazy!' "
When she asked her boyfriend Alexander Edwards a.k.a. AE for opinion, she revealed that he played it off at first because he was unsure about how she would react. Feeling sorry for her lack of skill in that field by comparison, she apologized to Def Jam's Vice President of A&R though she noted that she never received any complaints.
"We all suck d**k, like we literally suck d**k," she continued to say to her 18 million Instagram followers. "Everybody is on the internet shaming this girl for sucking a cucumber and we suck d**k."
"I feel like a lot of girls are being very insecure because they watched the video and they're like, 'Oh b***h, I can't do that,' " the 35-year-old model went on saying. "But the thing that we have to remember is that if your man is going and cheating on you or just being disrespectful, you got to understand baby girl that don't got s**t to do with you."
Amber also pointed that girls could use other aspects, such as good personality, to impress their partners rather than solely focusing on that particular skill. "If a man gets up and leaves you for a b***h that sucks on a cucumber, then girl, he was never the one for you in the first place," she shared.
Among those who shamed the challenge was Lil Wayne's daughter Reginae Carter. "The cucumber situation... I feel like to each his own, that's what you do but it's very degrading and it's not cute," she said in one of her Instagram Live broadcasts.
"Also, if you have a daughter...that s**t is not cool. Honestly, the folks that's posting it and stuff like that you gotta understand if you got kids your kids is going to school and trust me [people] addressing your kids about that and it's not cool," she went on saying.