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Amber Rose: I’m keeping Wiz tattoo

Published 02/06/2015

Amber Rose
Amber Rose

Amber Rose thinks she would still be with estranged husband Wiz Khalifa if they weren’t famous.

The 31-year-old filed for divorce from the musician after only a year of marriage last year. The couple have son Sebastian “Bash” Thomaz together and it’s because of him that Amber is happy to keep the inking of her ex that she has on her arm.

“If I’m gonna eventually get married to someone else and they feel some type of way about it, then I will,” she said during an interview with Big Boy on Tuesday. “I’m not in a rush. We have a baby together. I think if we didn’t have Bash it would be different. But we have Bash and he sees his dad on my arm all the time, so he’s just like ’daddy!’”

The body art is a portrait of Wiz’s face on the back of Amber’s left arm. The couple are still close despite their split and she sees the 27-year-old every day. It’s because of this that the beauty feels they would still be together if they both weren’t in the limelight.

“We both said that we’d probably be back together if we both weren’t famous,” she continued. “[Because] everybody’s in your damn business, everybody has something to say. It makes life very uncomfortable and it’s really unfortunate but the cool thing is that we’re working on our friendship. And we’ll always love each other, we’ll love each other for Sebastian, so it makes it easier as time goes on.”

Despite this, Amber confirmed that she is now in the early stages of a relationship with Machine Gun Kelly.

“Yes, we’re dating,” she admitted. “We’re getting to know each other. He’s a really nice guy, he treats me really nice and I have a blast with him.”

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