During Loveline with Amber Rose’s most recent episode on Facebook Live, hosts Amber Rose and Dr. Chris Donaghue had spiritual medium and clairvoyant James Van Praagh join the show.

Recently, a photo taken of Amber by the paparazzi that showed her to be a bit bigger than some people may be used to.

Amber Rose has got it and she knows how to flaunt it

“This week I got really fat shamed and body shamed because paparazzi took pictures of me on the beach,” Amber explained. “This is the thing, they 100 percent doctored those pictures, 100 percent. But, they made me wider, and I didn’t say anything about it because I’m all for body positivity and I didn’t want to come out and say ‘This isn’t me.’ I was just like ‘You know what? I do have cellulite. 100 percent I have cellulite. I’m a woman and I have a kid.’”

The model soaked up the sun by her hotel pool in Hawaii

“This week I got really fat shamed and body shamed because paparazzi took pictures of me on the beach,” Amber explained. “This is the thing, they 100 percent doctored those pictures, 100 percent. But, they made me wider, and I didn’t say anything about it because I’m all for body positivity and I didn’t want to come out and say ‘This isn’t me.’ I was just like ‘You know what? I do have cellulite. 100 percent I have cellulite. I’m a woman and I have a kid.’

Van Praagh offered some advice for the star to consider moving forward with paparazzi and unaccepting people who pay attention to this style of news.

As she got hot, the model got up to go for a dip...

“We’re all energy and what other people think of you is none of your business,” he said. “They don’t know who you are, so why give them any of your energy? You can’t feed the negative energy and it is what it is.”Amber heads out of the pool...

“What I think is important about you bringing this up is that you’re letting people know what it was like to have that said about you because there’s a lot of people who type horrible things to us,” Dr. Chris added. “Of all the things people want to sit and do right now. It’s important for people to sit back and hear that that’s wounding and that hurts. Someone did that last week when we had a guest on and somebody tweeted something mean about the guest and I was like, ‘That’s really what you wanted to take the time out and tweet?’”

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