Amber Rose Opens Up About Her Breast Reduction: 'I Was Scared That I Wouldn't Feel Sexy Anymore'
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When the size of Amber Rose's breasts started to negatively impact her health and wellbeing, she decided to have them reduced - a decision she contemplated for nearly three years.
“I was scared that I wouldn't feel sexy anymore, but it got to the point where I literally was in pain,” Rose tells PEOPLE. “It was almost as if I had like a heavy backpack on my chest.”
Rose says her breast size also affected her ability to exercise, and to perform with Maksim Chmerkovskiy on Dancing with the Stars in 2016.
“My boobs slowed me down. And, my partner, Maks, would be like, ‘Come on! Hurry up...
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