Amber Rose has revealed who she “loved more” between her two previous rap partners, Kanye West and Wiz Khalifa.
When asked the question in an interview with podcast host Sofia Franklyn, Rose was quick to give her answer and said it “wasn’t even a question” of who she had stronger feelings for.
“Wiz, girl. That’s not even a question,” Rose said while laughing. “I think people like to ask about my relationship with Kanye, but it was 13 years ago, guys. I obviously have to bring him up because he’s a huge part of my story and how I got here.”
She added: “But no, I feel like people are obsessed with that because it was a great time in pop culture, but in my personal life it is not relevant.”
Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose wed in July 2013 after two years of dating, but were married for just over a year as Rose filed for divorce in September 2015, citing irreconcilable differences. The two share joint custody of their nine-year-old son, Sebastian Taylor Thomaz.
While Wiz’s rumored infidelity was cited as a potential cause of the divorce, the pair have maintained a healthy relationship since their separation. In 2016, Rose said her and Wiz remained the “best of friends” and that they still partied together from time to time.
“It’s so crazy that we are literally the best of friends,” she told SiriusXM’s B Real With Bethenny. “We hang out all the time. We have full family days with the baby. We just went out to a strip club the other night together — without the baby. We just had a great fuckin’ time. We spent like [$30,000] on strippers. It was sick. It was so cool.”
She went on to admit that their the marriage was “rushed” because of how in love they were.
“I feel like that we just rushed into marriage because we were so deeply in love, and we kind of had a rough patch in our marriage,” she said. “And because we were married, it kind of, like, brought it to the next level.”
The Slut Walk co-founder has been honing in on a music career of her own of late, and last year released her debut single “GYHO,” which translates to “Get Your Hoe On.”
The track put a provocative spin on the Big Tymers’ 2000 hit “Get Your Roll On” and was actually produced by Mannie Fresh.[via]