Our News In Pictures features Amber Rose who displays her love for pink color. She gave the paparazzi a short twerking dance before entering her pink painted Jeep. On her Instagram page, she thanked Roadstarr motorsports for making her Jeep the prettiest Jeep in LA. See her pink color photos below.
Unlike her girlfriend, Blac Chyna who is presently in a relationship with Rob Kardashian, Amber Rose seem to be having a tough time getting the right partner after a non-romantic split from her ex husband, Wiz Khalifa. She once shared a flashback photo on Instagram with a heartbreaking message for Wiz Khalifa. In a lengthy Instagram post, alongside a photo of the pair tonguing, she declared she wants to reunite with the rapper.
“My #ManCrushEveryday you know what it is. 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 (sic),” …The media doesn’t make it easy but f**k them we gotta live for reality and not society.”
“We forever have a bond because we made a beautiful baby from our Love,”…”Through all the ups and downs of our relationship my heart still beats for him every single day. I’m sick of putting on a front like I’m happy without him. Im not. He makes me happy. He’s the only one who can. Regardless of how our lives Turn out in the long run he will always be the skinny tatted up stoner that has my heart.”
Amber Rose once became the talk of the town on social media when she revealed during OWN’s Light Girl that not every member of her family supported her marriage to Wiz Khalifa. She said some of her family members did not attend her wedding because Wiz is African American.
“With my family, they feel like they’re more superior or better than an African American because we’re Creole and we have culture and that’s something I battle with most of my life,” Amber said. “It’s more of the older people in my family.”
“I’m angry that my family is like that and they want to pass so bad that they raise my mom and my uncles and my aunts to not fully know their culture.”