Last month, Kanye debuted the clip, in which a host of celebrities’ nude forms - including Taylor Swift, Rihanna, Chris Brown and Donald Trump - are shown lying in a row asleep, with himself and Kim Kardashian in the middle of it all.
In a sneak peek from her new show ‘The Amber Rose Show’, obtained by People magazine, Amber addresses the latest controversy surrounding both the song’s music video and lyrics, which also name-check Taylor.
Amber says: “[Kanye] really went through a lot of bullshit [in 2009], and I know that Kanye would never, ever go through that again by not calling Taylor and saying, ‘heads up, I’m about to go write this verse real quick’. I know that about Kanye.
She then jokes: “Please stay the fuck out of the news so I don’t need to talk about your ass anymore.”
Of the 10 celebrities whose likenesses appear in the clip alongside Kim and Kanye, only a handful have spoken out, including Chris Brown, who joked he was annoyed that the ‘Gold Digger’ rapper felt the need to give him a “plumber’s butt”.
Meanwhile, representatives for George W Bush and Caitlyn Jenner have both denied that they gave approval to be included in the music video.
Watch a censored version of ‘Famous’ below: