Amber Rose Talks 'fame' And Kim Kardashian
Amber Rose has spoken about the thoughts behind her debut single, 'Fame', featuring her boyfriend, Wiz Khalifa. She 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’ve taken vocal lessons and I'm working on my album but, right now, I'm in the beginning phases and I'm just taking my time..."
The curvy model seems to be clearing the air in preparation for her potential pop career by making some apologies. The model was with Kanye West for two years and recently claimed that their relationship broke down due to West having an affair with Kim Kardashian, going on to brand her a ‘homewrecker’.
Amber has now spoken to The Huffington Post, apologising for her rant: "At the end of the day, I want to apologise to Kim for calling her a 'homewrecker.' It was something I had to get off my chest so people knew the truth. I wasn't trying to hurt anyone's feelings."
"Kim never contacted me after what I said," Rose claimed. "I'm all about women and empowerment and even though she made a mistake in life, I shouldn't stoop down to her level and call her names. I'm human and I reacted on my emotions. I never want to call a woman a 'homewrecker.'"
Rose also apologised to Kardashian via the TMZ website, telling a photographer: "I actually feel bad that I called her a 'homewrecker.' That was kind of mean. I forgive her, and I forgive Kanye too. It's not a big deal, you know?"
If you haven't yet heard Amber Rose's new Wiz Khalifa-featuring track, 'Fame', then check it out after the jump. It's not as bad as you might think...
Words: Maz Khan (@MazHalima)
Online editing: Joseph 'JP' Patterson (@Jpizzledizzle)