Fans hoping to see Amber Rose and Blac Chyna's relationship play out on national television will have to wait, or kill those expectations all together. According to TMZ, the pair of models, actresses and personalities have pulled out of a planned reality show due to scheduling conflicts. The show, which was reportedly being developed at MTV, was set to focus not only on their high-profile careers, but on how the two women balanced that with raising children as single mothers. (One would imagine producers might have pushed them toward conflict with the Kardashian-Jenner clan, considering Rose and Chyna's past romances with Kanye West and Tyga, respectively.) Some sources close to Rose feel that she might have been unhappy with Chyna's absence from Rose's Slut Walk in Los Angeles; neither woman has indicated there's any bad blood.

As for that Slut Walk, it was wildly successful, drawing thousands of supporters and going off with very few logistical hitches. Rose took over downtown Los Angeles for the day, drawing supporters for her rally in defense of sexual assault and harassment survivors. Targeting the victim blaming and slut shaming that women often face, Rose gave an impassioned speech where she admitted how hurt she was by some lyrics by her estranged husband, Wiz Khalifa. Throughout the day, Rose's mother was at her side, toting a sign that read, "Fuck Your 30 Showers!," an apparent reference to Kanye West's comment that he had to clean himself up before he got together with his now-wife, Kim Kardashian.