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Amber Rose slams trolls for calling her son gay for liking Taylor Swift

By Reuters
25 March 2018   |   5:30 am
Amber Rose slams trolls for calling her son gay for liking Taylor Swift Rose wasn't having it with any of the trolls who ridiculed her son after posting this video to her Instagram.

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