Amber Rose has made some serious allegations against Kanye West and accused him of constantly bullying her for over six to seven years post their abrupt breakup. During an interview with Complex magazine's Everyday Struggle, she opened up about her dark days post her split from the rapper and confessed that she had contemplated suicide.
"It's a great part of history and hip-hop, and that's cool, and I'm happy to be a part of it, but at that time was not a great time for me because I'm famous and I'm broke, can't date anyone else, can't say anything on the internet because Kanye has such a voice. If I was going to kill myself, I would have done it during those times," the American actress said.
The 33-year-old reality star said she was heartbroken after the rapper's constant harsh comments against her. West met the former stripper in 2008 and they dated for two years. In 2010, the R&B artist released his album, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, which many believe is about his split from Rose.
"I see this a lot on the Internet: 'Amber's going to hurt him.' In all of my relationships, I have been the one that's heartbroken. I have never cheated on any of my boyfriends and still have never said anything mean about Kanye ... This is after six, seven years of constant bullying from him."
Rose moved on from the heartbreak to marry rapper Wiz Khalifa with whom she shares her four-year-old son Sebastian. However, she agrees that her affair with the music sensation Kanye gave her fame, but it came with a heavy price in the form of her heartbreak. "The only thing I got from him was fame. I had to just take that. I had to take that heartbreak on top of it," she continues.
The Pablo singer, who is infamous for his social media rants against people he is feuding with, had dragged Amber's ex-husband Wiz Khalifa and son, Sebastian into a Twitter rant. However, a few months later he apologised for dragging Rose and Khalifa's son in his rant during Steve Harvey's morning radio show.
But, Amber appears to be in no mood to forgive her ex-flame. "You don't say nothing about my baby. I was quiet for so long. I could have got a reality show just off the fact that I was his girlfriend. I could have wrote a book just off the fact that I was his girlfriend. I said, "You know what? I'm a real a** b***h. I'mma take the high road and work my a** off, and I'm going to get everything I get on my own, so nobody can be like, 'Yo, I gave her that.' The only thing I got from him was fame, and fame don't get you no f*****g money. Period."
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