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I don’t really know why but I really wanted Amber Rose and Wiz Khalifa to work it out. Although now, given the way he initially talked about her during their breakup, I can see he wasn’t the most mature person. Either way, Amber pined publicly over Wiz for some time. But he made it clear that them getting back together was not an option. And it seemed that they’ve moved on and enjoy a nice little co-parenting situation.

So when US Weekly, spotted Rose on the red carpet at the MTV VMAs, they asked her how she and Wiz were making their reformed relationship work.

And she said candidly, “To be honest, we don’t sleep together. Do not sleep together. Do not sleep with your baby mama or your baby daddy cuz that’s when all the feelings and all the fighting and all that stuff. Move forward and just make it about your child and you’ll be able to be friends.”

That’s certainly a start.

It may seem like common sense and a bit basic, but I can completely understand people having a hard time getting over the mothers and fathers of their children. You’re attached to them forever. You created life with them. And unlike those of us who didn’t procreate with our exes, you don’t often have the luxury of cutting them out of your life. They’ll always be around. Maybe they might come through looking and smelling good, reminding you why you fell in love, and hopefully loving and nurturing your child. Nothing more attractive than that.

Personally, I don’t know how y’all do it. So while Rose’s words may seem rudimentary, I know someone, somewhere needed to hear that goot word.

These days, with a new man, Rose, 34, likely doesn’t have any problems avoiding sex with Wiz and her most recent ex, 21 Savage. Because she’s got a new man, Denver Nuggets player, Monte Morris.

Rose was relatively tight-lipped about their relationship, refusing to say how the two met officially. She did share that the 23-year-old had been pursuing her for a long time. But she finally decided to give him a chance.

Best wishes to her.


Veronica Wells is the culture editor at She is also the author of “Bettah Days” and the creator of the website NoSugarNoCreamMag. You can follow her on Facebook and on Instagram and Twitter @VDubShrug.
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