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Amber Rose on her ‘organic’ booty selfies

Published 14/04/2015

Amber Rose
Amber Rose

Amber Rose has revealed her eye-catching Instagram photos of her derriere “just happen” without being pre-planned.

The 31-year-old beauty is famous for decorating her Instagram profile with alluring images of her nude derriere. But she has made it clear she doesn’t go about “planning” these photos, but instead allows them to happen on their own.

"It just has to be organic," Amber told E! Online, while at the MTV Movie Awards last weekend. "I don't plan those things. It just happens."

Outside of curating her social media profiles, Amber is a mother to son Sebastian Taylor Thomaz, whose father is her estranged husband Wiz Khalifa. The little boy turned two in February, and Amber insists he is her number one priority.

"I just want to focus on my kid and work," Amber said, after declaring she is not looking to date at the moment.

Sebastian is growing up fast and reaching milestones as he goes. He’s already talking and is apparently a fast learner.

"He's big and he's talking," Amber gushed. "He knows everything. He's so smart. He has full conversations. It will blow your mind."

Amber filed for divorce from Wiz back in September 2014. However, an Instagram post from earlier this month suggests the door might not be entirely closed on their relationship.

“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,” Amber wrote alongside a snap of herself and Wiz.

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

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