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Amber Rose: I still love you, Wiz

Published 03/04/2015

Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose
Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose

Amber Rose has admitted Wiz Khalifa will “forever be the love of my life” in a lengthy Instagram post reflecting on their marriage.

In late September it was revealed the 31-year-old model filed for divorce from Wiz, 27, following just over a year of marriage.

But on Thursday night, Amber took to Instagram to lament the end of the relationship, and to admit that she still has feelings for her former spouse.

Alongside a shot of herself and Wiz, Amber wrote a lengthy post: “We went wrong somewhere and even if we never ever get back together ( Even tho I pray, dream and hope we do) he will forever be the love of my life.

“The media doesn’t make it easy but f**k them we gotta live for reality and not society.”

Amber and Wiz have a two-year-old, Sebastian, together. And Amber continued that it is being parents to their son that makes their bond unbreakable.

“We forever have a bond because we made a beautiful baby from our Love,” she wrote. “Through all the ups and downs of our relationship my heart still beats for him every single day. I’m sick of putting on a front like I’m happy without him. I’m not. He makes me happy. He’s the only one who can. Regardless of how our lives Turn out in the long run he will always be the skinny tatted up stoner that has my heart.”

Following Amber and Wiz’s split, it was reported that she had caught him cheating on her with twin sisters.

The model has previously denied rumours she committed infidelity in the relationship.

“Please stop with the fake stories. I would never ever ever cheat on my husband in a million years I think u guys know this….. (sic)” Amber tweeted previously.

“Unfortunately my now ex husband can’t say the same,” she continued.

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