By Sarah
Updated October 22, 2015 01:51 AM

Amber Rose sits back on a pair of black heels, giving the camera a sultry stare, her full sleeve tattoo and curvaceous body on full display.

The platinum blonde bombshell, stripped down to nearly nothing for her GQ photo shoot, which she believed would run with a positive interview about her new book How To Be A Bad B—.

However, she says the article she was published in GQ was not what she bargained for.

A blurb in the magazine describes the mother of one as follows: “Amber Rose wrote the book on it. No, seriously: Kanye’s infamous ex, Wiz Khalifa‘s baby mama, America’s toughest bald babe since Sigourney Weaver in Alien 3, is about to publish a book of life lessons called How to Be a Bad B—. Like Amber herself, it’s all heart. Unlike Amber, it’s not that thick! The teen stripper turned megalomaniac muse spoke to Carrie Battan about her beautiful dark twisted journey to the top.”

Rose, who turns 32 today, was not happy. The Hollywood socialite took to Instagram, slamming the magazine for the references they used to identify the self-proclaimed feminist.

“Really GQ??? I’m so much more then Kanye’s Ex or Wiz’s baby’s mama,” she captioned a photo of the words the magazine ran. “Damn, why the f— did u guys reach out to me for this article and photoshoot? To dumb me down?

“I talked about feminism and my Slutwalk … Wtf nice title smh I expected so much more from u guys and I’m so disappointed. I was so excited to be featured in GQ not realizing I was shooting for a tabloid. My slutwalk was for ignorant s— like this.”

Rose recently held a SlutWalk in downtown LA as part of her mission to stop the double standards and victim-blaming that underline a pervasive culture of sexual violence.

The actress and model finished her social media rant by calling out the Kanye pun, adding, “Oh ‘Her beautiful dark twisted journey to the top?’ Nice pun. Negative af. Thx for nothing.” The rapper’s 2010 album was titled My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy.

But, she wasn’t done yet. Rose shared a side by side photo of herself and Channing Tatum — both worked as strippers in the past before their rise to the limelight — calling out the blaring double standard.

“Channing Tatum #LegendaryTeenStrippers The Double Standards are real tho,” she captioned the photo, accentuating her feelings with a praising hands emoji.

Naja Rayne