Model Amber Rose posted an absolutely bottomless photo on her Instagram account Friday to promote and raise awareness about her third annual Slutwalk and captioned it saying “#amberroseslutwalk.”

Instagram deleted the photo promptly within two hours as it violated the social media network’s terms on posting pictures of nudity.

In response to Instagram pulling out her picture, Rose immediately posted a video bearing her cleavage and rolling her eyes and captioned it: “When IG deletes ur fire ass feminist post but you really don't give a f--k because everyone picked it up already.”

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Her photo, without trousers or underwear, went viral within hours -- even before Instagram pulled it out. The 33-year-old managed to surprise her fans with the almost naked picture. However, some users criticized her actions saying that she has a four-year-old son and thus should restrain from such behavior.

Rose wore sunglasses, a necklace, a bikini top and heels for the photo. However, her genitals were only covered by her pubic hair. The hashtag “#freethebush” started trending on Twitter after she posted her photo. The photo received huge criticism on social media with many users questioning Instagram's policies.

A concerned viewer wrote: “Feel sorry for her son!,” while another added, “Her son will see this one day!”

Amber has a son, Sebastian, from her previous relationship with rapper Wiz Khalifa. The pair got divorced in 2014. However, they are on good terms with each other.

The image was shot by photographer Orin Fleurimont. She posted it to raise awareness for her third annual SlutWalk. The annual event helps to raise awareness about gender inequality and sexual injustice. It also provides an inclusive and safe space to empower, educate and entertain people.

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Amber‘s third annual SlutWalk is scheduled to take place from Sept. 30 to Oct. 1 in Los Angeles.

In a 2015 interview with Cosmopolitan, the 33-year-old model disclosed that she was s--t shamed at the age of 14 and that led her to start the movement.

“My earliest memory of slut shaming was when I was 14 years old. I was still a virgin. I made out with this boy. And it was at the time when, like, all of my girlfriends and the little boys in school, we just start doing Seven Minutes in Heaven and kissing and stuff in the closet,” she told the publication.

“I thought it was the end of the world. And it was very difficult for me, so as I got older, I guess I realized that things like that are just out of my hands. Like, I couldn’t help it,” she added.

Despite the photo being deleted from Instagram, it has still been there on her official Twitter account and has been liked over 30,000 times.

The model has also been trending on Twitter worldwide after her photo on Instagram had more than 170,000 likes in less than an hour before it got deleted.