Amber Rose quits social media

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AMBER Rose has temporarily quit social media.

The 33-year-old American model has revealed she is taking the "rest of the year off" of Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, although her assistant will still be sharing images and posting "cool stuff" for her whilst she is on her temporary hiatus.

The star announced the news on Instagram on Monday with a short video, she said: "Hey guys just want to let everyone know that I am taking the rest of the year off of social media.

"So I have Jo my assistant post some cool stuff for me."

However the 'Sister Code' actress has revealed she will return in 2017.

She added: "And I'll see you in the New Year."

The star - who has three-year-old son Sebastian Taylor Thomaz with her former partner Wiz Khalifa - captioned the post: "Happy Holidays (sic)."

Meanwhile, Amber has previously admitted she wishes she had more time to masturbate "every day" because it leaves her with glowing skin.

Speaking previously, the mother-of-one said: "I wish I had the time to masturbate every day in reality, but I don't. I say a lot of those things on ['The Amber Rose Show'] because I am very sex-positive.

"I do say those things in a way where I am very serious, but it's also a joke."

Amber has also broken the law in favour of another beauty trick as she recalled once stealing a lipstick so she didn't look different from her pals.

She added: "Back in Philly, all my friends were wearing dark brown lip liner and lighter brown lipstick. And everybody had their baby hairs, like, plastered down to their forehead. That was the move.

"We were really poor, and I couldn't afford the lipstick. So I went into a drugstore and stole one because I had to have it. I stuck it up my sleeve, and I felt really bad - but I did it all in the name of beauty."

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