“No Thanks” Wiz Khalifa Says He Doesn’t Want Amber Rose Back

February 4, 2015  |  

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Even though Wiz Khalifa was just saying how his baby mama is fine and she acknowledged that she would like to work on their marriage, based on his most recent tweets, it seems like that ship has sailed.

Last night, Wiz took to Twitter to talk about how foul it is for a woman to keep a man’s child from him. And since he and Amber have a child together and they no longer live under the same roof, it wasn’t long before we assumed he must have been talking about his soon-to-be ex wife Amber Rose and their son Sebastian.

Here’s what he had to say.

Then, just forty minutes later, it seemed the situation had changed.

Well, people who had been following his tweets assumed that since he had seen Sebastian the beef was squashed and Wiz and Amber could get back to this much desired resolution. But Khalifa shut that down with a quickness.

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And all my ladies said, “Ouch!”

Then he continued:

I don’t know what’s going on with these two. But I would sincerely hope that Amber Rose is not maliciously keeping their son away from his father. I don’t know her or anything but she just doesn’t seem like the type of person who would do that, particularly when she’s stated, publicly, that she’ll always love him and she would like for them to get back together. But things change quickly. Perhaps Amber got the hint that he wasn’t trying to reconcile and is trying to punish him for it. Really though, I find that incredibly hard to believe.

At the end of the day though, this seems quite embarrassing. Amber’s using social media to express her love–aside from initially revealing the affair–and Wiz is using the same vehicle to say he’s over it.

It just makes me sad.

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