Black China (L) and Amber Rose arrive at the 2015 BET Awards in Los Angeles, California June 28, 2015. REUTERS/Phil McCarten

Amber Rose and Blac Chyna rocked the red carpet during Sunday’s BET Awards, looking chic wearing identical white outfits. The two close friends even shared a kiss to show their support for marriage equality.

Fans couldn’t help but notice the two, stated E!News, as Rose and Chyna arrived for Black Entertainment Television’s (BET) annual awards ceremony, held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Both wore an all-white ensemble consisting of high-waisted trousers, matched with a fitted jacket and a revealing crop-top.

The two decided to each be other’s date to show their support for the Supreme Court’s ruling on marriage equality, with Rose and Chyna sharing a kiss during the red carpet event of the BET Awards. Rose also shared their picture on Instagram, writing, "Chyna @blacchyna and I went to the BET awards as each other's Date to celebrate Marriage Equality #LoveWins. My Date."

According to U.K.’s the Mirror, Rose also told Entertainment Tonight that she and Chyna decided to come together to celebrate the fact “that in all 50 states gay marriage is legal” Rose added, “We support the gay and lesbian community so much we decided to be each other's date today."

When the Supreme Court made the final ruling Friday morning legalizing same-sex marriage, Rose was one of the celebrities who voiced her support on social media. "#LoveWins it's truly amazing to think about all of the changes we're able to see during our generation. When our children are grown they probably won't even believe that once upon a time Gays and Lesbians were unable to get married," she wrote. "It's like how we feel about women not being able to vote or the fact that slavery actually happened here in America smh. This is a great day for us as people! There's no downgrades or upgrades it's all about."

President Obama also called the Supreme Court decision a “victory for America”, reported USA Today on Friday. Moments after Obama addressed the reporters from the White House Rose Garden, his first reaction was sent via the president’s official Twitter account, saying that the day marked “a big step” towards the journey for equality and like anyone else, gay and lesbian couples “now have the right to marry.” The president finished his twitter post with #LoveWins.

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