Amber Rose says she’s speaking at the RNC convention next week

Model and rapper Amber Rose says she’ll be among the speakers at next week’s Republican National Convention.

“It’s True! I’m speaking at the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee,” the “How to Be a Bad Bitch” author, who was born Amber Rose Levonchuck, wrote to her 3.5 million followers on the social platform X on Monday.

A representative for the convention, which kicks off next Monday in Wisconsin, and one for Rose didn’t reply to ITK’s request for comment.

Earlier Monday, former President Trump’s campaign and the Republican National Committee (RNC) released its convention program, saying while it would “highlight Republican leaders, supporters, industry leaders, and pop culture icons,” the “real stars of the convention are everyday Americans.”

The 40-year-old performer — who founded her eponymous “SlutWalk,” which aims to “combat women’s equality issues” — has been a vocal Trump supporter in recent months.

In a June video, Rose sported a red hat emblazoned with the pro-Trump “Make America Great Again” slogan, “MAGA,” along with a gold necklace featuring an oversized pendant of the ex-president’s head.

“I’m engaged to the game … MAGA baby,” she said, as she flashed a “MAGA” ring to the camera.

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