She buried the hatchet with her arch rival Kim Kardashian right after years of trading blows on social media. But it appears like model Amber Rose has currently modified her tune about Kim and the Kardashian klan. Following posing for a selfie with the reality star and declaring they should "allow issues go", Amber took a sly dig at the mum-of-two as she reminded her of her 2007 sex tape. Throughout an interview with the New York Day-to-day Information Amber insisted she doesn't "hate" Kim and her sisters, before incorporating: "But let us encounter it. The only purpose these girls have a career is simply because their older sister had a tiny enjoyable on tape." Amber, 32, dated Kanye West for two many years from 2008 and previously branded Kim, 35, a "homewrecker". Kanye responded by saying he necessary to consider "thirty showers" following being with Amber, while she hit back by referencing his preferences in the bedroom. Kanye then slammed the shaven-haired stunner for the duration of a Twitter spat with her ex husband Wiz Khalifa. Kanye West and Amber Rose at Paris Fashion Week in 2010 In spite of the fall-outs Kim and Amber shocked followers by posing for a selfie in February and she later on invited her to consider element in her SlutWalk. Former stripper Amber frequently speaks out about feminist concerns and invited Kim to get element in the yearly event, encouraging her to "allow the naysayers know u are so a lot more then a sex tape". She extra: "F**k it very own it. Ur a mom and a organization lady, a wife, sister and daughter. Hope we can make this take place." Amber arranged the event in protest soon after a remark by a police officer in Canada following a amount of sexual assaults. He reportedly explained: "Ladies should steer clear of dressing like sluts in purchase not to be victimized." Speaking about the event, Amber told the New York Everyday Information: "I deal with talk like that each day. I recently dealt with that when my ex (Kanye) explained he had to consider 30 showers following he'd been with me. "We were happy when we were collectively and now I am receiving sl*t shamed simply because we're not anymore, and it really is unfair."