By: Amanda Anderson-Niles Amber Rose and Wiz Khalifa made peace after their shocking divorce, but that doesn't mean they can't still have social media beefs. The other day Wiz tweeted about his issues with Amber's recent comments on a failed "minaj," and now Amber is firing back. Click next for the details.
By: Amanda Anderson-Niles
Amber Rose and Wiz Khalifa made peace after their shocking divorce, but that doesn’t mean they can’t still have social media beefs.
The other day Wiz tweeted about his issues with Amber’s recent comments on a failed “minaj,” and now Amber is firing back.
Click next for the details.
Amber recently revealed her first try at a 3 some was a disaster, and she was thinking about hooking up with Wiz to cope.
Wiz didn’t find the humor in the joke, and called her out about it on Twitter.
Now Amber thinks Wiz is slut shaming her.
US Weekly writes:
After joking about getting into the sack with Khalifa, he tweeted at Rose: “Not here for your rebound after your threesome. Only peace and love @DaRealAmberRose.” The rapper also tweeted and then deleted: “If I were to say ‘I f–ked two bitches last week and it was wack. I think Ima just call my baby’s mom.’ Would you feel flattered?”
The How to Be a Bad Bitch author didn’t take the shout-out lightly.
“I’m getting publicly Slut shamed…Again. For the same things he does all the time…..Great,” Rose shared with her followers. “#GimmieMyWatchBack Lol #PettyAF still ❤️u tho.”
The rapper, who shares 3-year-old son Sebastian with Rose, later clarified his tweet, apologizing to anyone he offended.
“I’m actually the one who looked at w/pride and integrity with hopes that you would do so as well as the mother of my child @DaRealAmberRose,” he tweeted. “Honestly this whole thing has me bummed out. I just wanted to spend time wit my family on my birthday like anyone normal.”
The two seemingly are still on good terms, though, as Rose did indeed celebrate Khalifa’s 29th birthday a day later on Friday.
“You guys seen us on snap prior to me seeing the headlines and even me voicing my opinion doesn’t mean it’s the end of the world,” the “See You Again” rapper, 29, added on Twitter on Friday. “It’s just me stating that I don’t want to be a part of the joke. Sorry if any women were offended.”
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