Amber Rose has remained relatively mum about her relationship and break up with hip-hop giant Kanye West. But during her latest interview with Hot 97’s “Cipha Sounds and Rosenberg” show on Sept. 28, the former model spoke candidly about West and her current boyfriend, Wiz Khalifa.
According to The Boombox, while discussing West, Rose addressed the rumor that she agreed to a lucrative deal with West in exchange for her silence about their relationship, saying she made no such deal with the rapper.
“There’s no deal … I don’t have to speak about someone that I really loved and cared about in that way,” said Rose. “Like, we once really cared about each other,” said Rose, also revealing that she’s penning a book that will detail her life, friendships and romances.
Though Rose is now opening up about her past with West, the rapper has taken a few notable jabs at his former flame, namely on the My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy track “Blame Game,” which Rose cites as proof that West is still bitter about their breakup.
“I just feel like, you know, he’s bitter and I’m not,” Rose says. “I don’t care. He can talk about me all day but I don’t feel the need to say anything about him to validate who I am. I’m so much more than that. I’m a writer. I’ve been writing for a long time. I’m a good person. I’m a humanitarian.”
Switching gears from her old love to her new one, Rose explained that Khalifa has introduced her to a type of love she’s never known, one that she adamantly claims that she would die for.
“I’ve never loved like this, in my life,” said Rose. “I would die for him. That’s how much I love him. We will get married. We are gonna have babies. But um, we have time. We have the rest of our lives.”
And though Rose explains that neither she nor Khalifa have no beef with West, when jokingly asked who would win in a fight between Khalifa and West, Rose answers that her Rolling Papers beau would come out the champ.
“I think [Wiz] would beat the crap out of Kanye,” said Rose, “and I’d kick him while he’s down. I’d be right there with him.” –nicholas robinson