Amber Rose Talks Wedding Day Drama

Photo Credit: Instagram
Photo Credit: Instagram

By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

Amber Rose’s marriage to Wiz Khalifa went sour because the rapper was allegedly being unfaithful, but Amber told a fan recently on Instagram that she wants to go back to him. Regardless, Amber opened up about their wedding day drama on OWN’s “Light Girls” documentary, and she claims some of her own family members refused to attend because Wiz is black.

She says:

“With my family, they feel like they’re more superior or better than an African-American because we’re Creole and we have culture and that’s something I battle with most of my life. It’s more of the older people in my family.

“It’s such a sensitive subject that it’s hard to explain yourself without sounding mean or bitter or angry, but I am. I’m angry that my family is like that and they want to pass so bad that they raise my mom and my uncles and my aunts to not fully know their culture.

“Our younger generation, we’ve embraced it so much and I feel like that’s why my father is white.”

The documentary airs tonight at 9 on OWN. Check out the video below:


    1. Amber Rose is something but Black she is not. I’m offended she is saying that and has been allowed to do so.

      If her mom is Creole and that is not black and her dad is WHITE how does that make black? It doesn’t and she should stop lying and tanning her skin to pass.

      Being black anything right now is in

  1. I wouldn’t consider Amber light skinned. I thought she was multiracial? Anyway, it’s sad how they did her. They should have at least came to the wedding even though the marriage didn’t last very long.

  2. This may not be popular opinion, but I want to see the documentary tonight. As a dark skinned woman, I found “Dark Girls” to be very thought provoking. Now I’m ready to hear about the other side of the coin.

    1. I cosign all of this. I’m dark skinned too and I don’t see a problem with this documentary being made.

  3. I’m from Louisiana and people use creole to separate themselves from the traditional blacks. I still see creole as being black..creole is a culture..not a race

  4. Amber is light-skinned by many people’s standards, including my own. I can relate to her story on a few levels. I only hope that this documentary is as good as ‘Dark Girls’ (which if you haven’t seen it, please do so asap).

  5. I watched Dark Girls and will definitely be watching this. I’ have to say, I’m surprised so many are against it but weren’t that way towards DG, though.

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