Ruby Rose Takes A Stand Against Kanye On Feminist Grounds

'Can I support him and call myself a feminist? A Friend? No.'

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Ruby Rose joins the ranks of women who have leapt to Taylor Swift's defence, after the release of Kanye West's song 'Famous.'

A few days ago, we watched as Gigi Hadid and Jaime King tweeted their various feelings of discomfort and downright horror at the lyrics in Kanye's latest track.

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If you missed it, they go a little something like this:

'I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex,'

'I made that b**** famous.'

Actress Ruby has now taken to Twitter to state her place, firmly on the side of those who were outraged by Kanye's words.

Apart from her gender-bending, phenomenal looks and general badass demeanour, Ruby Rose's outspokenness is probably the main reason why we love her so much. 

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So it will come as no surprise to anyone that Ruby has eloquently explained exactly why she will no longer be a patron of Kanye West's work. And it isn't just because of her allegiance to Taylor. 

She has also taken umbrage with Kanye's other recent public faux pas - a tweet in which he seemed to claim that he believed in Bill Cosby's innocence, despite the avalanche of evidence that keeps mounting against him.

Here is what Ruby had to say in full:

After then discussing things a bit further with her twitter followers, she left the debate with this parting shot:

So what do you think. Can we still support Kanye and call ourselves feminists? It's a very interesting question. 

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