Model Amber Rose has apologised to Kim Kardashian for calling her a homewrecker, insisting she's forgiven the reality TV star for hitting on ex-boyfriend, Kanye West.
As we previously reported, Rose blamed Kimmy for her 2010 split from Yeezy and accused Kardashian of becoming involved with the Power rapper when she was still dating him.
The 28-year old told Star magazine: "Kim is one of the main reasons why me and Kanye are not together. She's a homewrecker!"
Now, Amber has retracted her comments regarding the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star and West, telling a TMZ photographer: "I actually feel bad that I called [Kim] a homewrecker ... 'cause that was kind of mean.
"I forgive her ... and I forgive Kanye too ... it's not a big deal, you know? I'm not a mean-spirited person ... I just acted on my emotions when I said it."
In other related news, Rose has premiered her first ever single, entitled Fame, which features a verse by her current beau, Wiz Khalifa.
The song includes the lyrics: "Srutinize, being blind/ Excited by all the lights/ The question wasn’t made up / Like these rumors were made up/ Can’t shop for clothes or buy some cigs/
Without paparazzi waiting for a flick."
She continues: "This is a new situation/ Now you’re an overnight sensation/ You’re not ready for the fame."
Speaking of her first musical venture, Amber told MTV's Rapfix: "The song represents the ups and downs of fame and lets people know that it’s not all it’s cracked up to be,
“I have my own unique sound, I make music that I love and I hope that my fans and the people that embrace me will love it also!"
When asked about Khalifa's involvement, Rose added: "I made the entire song and then sent it to him, he was overseas on tour at the time. He thought the track was dope and I asked him if he would be on it, he said definitely."