Amber Rose Responds To Kanye West’s Diss During Coachella Performance

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Last week, King magazine revealed their new cover girl, which is Amber Rose, and released a short preview of their exclusive interview with her, in which she addresses the public scrutiny over her relationship with Wiz Khalifa, and moving on from Kanye West.

It was only a piece of their coverstory, but there’s definitely more to the story, which will be revealed when the mag hits newsstand May 31.

But, got a few more tidbits from the story.

According to XXL, Rose directly addresses Kanye West when answering a question about her relationship with Wiz, and why they’re much more public than when she dated ‘Ye.

“When I was with my ex [West], I didn’t have a voice,” she said. “I was there and I was new to the fame. I didn’t understand everything. Now I get everything. With me and Wiz, we show our love to the world. We don’t try to hide it; we’re not quiet about it. We’re just in love and we’re just happy and we want people to follow in our footsteps and not be afraid to be in a committed relationship.”

Rose also addresses the alleged Coachella drama from last month. While initial rumors that Wiz and Kanye had a confrontation have been rebuked, what is actual fact is that West flipped a lyric while performing “Stronger”, and aimed it at Rose.

West rapped (see at 6:50 in video to left): “Well, I did anything for a blonde dyke, and she’ll do anything for the limelight / and we did anything when the time’s right, uh, baby you making it … harder, better, faster, stronger.”

Rose acknowledged the diss in the King cover story, and fired back

“It’s just unfortunate that he said that in the song ’cause that’s not the lyrics,” said Rose. “I can say whatever I want about him. I can write a book or do whatever, but I choose to take the high road. It’s just unfortunate he has to constantly say sh**.”

Shortly after Coachella, rumors began to circulate that Wiz Khalifa confronted Kanye West backstage after the diss onstage, and things got heated but not physical. The Pittsburgh rap star later denied any such incident.

“I did my set and we hung around for a bit, but we weren’t even there when fam was onstage,” Wiz revealed. “Somebody made that up. I think they just wanted it to be that type of situation or they wanted to see something go down. It’s fun to talk about it and make jokes about, but in all reality, that didn’t even exist.”

Rose, however, says Wiz was bothered by what Ye said when he heard about it.

“Any man that loves his woman is going to feel some kind of way if someone is throwing shots at her, especially an ex,” Rose said to King.

Rose’s July/August coverstory for King hits newsstand May 31. Pick it up to read the rest of the story.

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