Amber Rose with Kanye West
Amber Rose and Kanye West dating for three years. Reuters

Amber Rose has reignited her longstanding feud with ex-boyfriend Kanye West by accusing the rapper of using a ghostwriter.

The model and estranged wife of Wiz Khalifa made the sensational claims while partying at a nightclub in Los Angeles.

In the 42-second clip making the rounds online, the 31-year-old is seen jumping on the microphone to advise the DJ to stop playing music by her former lover and to instead give Travi$ Scott, West's frequent collaborator and alleged ghostwriter, his time to shine.

"Stop playin n***as I used to f**k. Stop! But wait, but wait why don't we play then n***a that writes his songs for the other n***a. Travi$ Scott. Let's go! He writes the song for the other n***a. Let's go!"

Rose and Kim Kardashian's husband dated from 2008 until the summer of 2010. Although she could simply be getting her own back after he recently claimed that without him "there would be no Amber Rose" and that he had to take "30 showers" after dating her, this not the first time that West has been hit with ghostwriting claims.

In 2013, rapper and producer Consequence claimed that he ghost-wrote some of West's biggest hits and that their fallout in 2011 stemmed from West owing him money.

"When I'm not your friend any more, and I'm ghostwriting for you, I'm gonna tell everybody. I never said nothing about none of that because for me it was about moving on with business," he said during an appearance on Power 105.1′s Breakfast Club show with his girlfriend Jen The Pen.

"I am a ghostwriter, I have been helping you, that's why I can say I'm arguably one of the best. If you running around here saying you the best on the planet, and you definitely say that, how you gonna say that when you have my pen... How?"

It is common knowledge that hip hop star Rhymefest penned West's Jesus Walks and New Slaves, two of his hits most focused on social commentary.

West did not address Consequence's remarks then and he hasn't responded Rose's claims now.