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Amber Rose: I’m not bothered by sex

Published 09/06/2015

Amber Rose
Amber Rose

Amber Rose is more focused on raising her son Sebastian than her sex life.

The 31-year-old star recently confirmed that she has started a relationship with rapper Machine Gun Kelly.

However, in a recent interview, Amber revealed that she wasn’t interested in becoming intimate with anyone.

“I don’t even want to have sex,” she told Cosmopolitan magazine as she appeared in their Internet’s most Fascinating List. “I really don’t!”

Amber is mother to 15-month-old Sebastian with ex Wiz Khalifa. And she insisted in the interview, which took place last month before she confirmed her new relationship, that when it comes to prioritising her time, her little boy will always come first.

“I'm just so focused on my son and my work and everything that I'm trying to do. I just don't even wanna be bothered,” she said.

Amber first shot to fame as a model before launching a successful music career and becoming something of a public figure.

However, she told the publication that her celebrity status isn’t something she ever envisaged for herself.

"I never wanted to be famous," she said. "I didn't ask for that. I didn't even say anything for years. The world can't be mad at me because people took a liking to my look. No one even knew what my voice sounded like!"

Amber has become notorious in recent months thanks to various Twitter feuds, including one with the Kardashian family.

But Amber says that the reputation she has earned is somewhat unfair, and the very public row was simply the result of her attempting to defend herself.

“This is the thing, people ask me about that, but that’s one argument I’ve had on Twitter in the past seven years," Amber told the Daily Mirror Online.

"I’m not a mean person, but I’m not going to get bullied. I’m not the queen of clapbacks. I don’t do malicious things to people. That was just... sh*t happens."

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