When Amber Rose stopped by Watch What Happens Live on Sunday, she was having none of the questions posed to her in the Plead the Fifth segment.
Before host Andy Cohen could even finish his first question (“Rank these Kardashian-Jenners from least to most interesting”), she cut him off: “Plead the fifth. I’m not doing it.” As the rules of the game state, one may only plead the fifth on one out of three questions.
Cohen then asked Rose to out the female performers who refused to take part in her L.A. SlutWalk, a protest movement and nonprofit organization which seeks to empower women and fight against “sexual injustice, victim blaming, derogatory labeling and gender inequality.” Rose had tweeted prior to the October event that it was “sad” that the women she had reached out to were demanding upwards of $30,000 for their appearance, but didn’t want to name names: “I really don’t want to put them out there, Andy,” she said, adding that there were in fact five women who would only take part for cash. “As a woman they should have jumped on board.”
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Finally, Cohen began, “As we know, Kanye West said–” but Rose cut him off as quickly as she did the first question. “I’m not talking about Kanye or the Kardashians at all. I plead the fifth again. I’m using it twice.”
Rose and West dated from 2008–2010; at her SlutWalk, she publicly forgave West for saying that he “needed 30 showers” after being with her. At her final refusal, Cohen congratulated Rose on “doing the worst job on Plead the Fifth and not answering any of the questions.” See the clip below.