Anti-fur Protesters Confront Amber Rose At NY Book Signing

While promoting her new book, How To Be A Bad Bitch, at a Barnes & Noble in New York City, Amber Rose, the 32-year old hip hop celebrity, was targeted by animal rights activists who loudly protested her consumption of fur until they were aggressively ejected from the Barnes & Noble store.

In the video an activist approaches Rose with an open copy of her book and asks “Amber Rose, I want to know why you still promote the fur industry?” Rose doesn’t reply, closes the book and smiles.

“50 million animals a year skinned alive in America,” the activist replies.

A group of PETA activists holding anti-fur messages begin to chant “Amber Rose promotes torture and death.”

The anti-fur activists – Rob Banks, Jaime Lee, Angela D. and Michelle – were quickly pushed from the immediate area of the book signing into an adjacent section of the store, but their anti-fur messages  – “anally electrocuted and skinned alive” – could be still be heard by Ms. Rose and the dozens of fans waiting in line to meet her.

A member of Amber Rose’ entourage sticks his tongue out at activists as her SUV leaves Barnes & Noble in Tribeca