Wiz Khalifa Bashes Amber Rose In "For Everybody" & She Shouldn't Respond To The Vitriol
In what has to be one of the most extended post-celebrity breakup episodes ever, the Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose saga lives to see another day. Ever since news of Amber Rose and Wiz Khalifa's divorce broke in September, they've gone from posting absolutely heartbreaking messages on Twitter to exchanging low blows on social media. Tensions appeared to be settling down just a month ago when Khalifa complimented Rose's nearly nude Instagram photos, but the couple are reportedly in the midst of a custody dispute over their son. Adding to the drama is the rapper's verse on the Juicy J song "For Everybody," which seems to be insulting Rose, and this entire situation is officially just... ugh.
I mean, celebs dissing their exes in songs isn't exactly an original or shocking concept, but these lyrics are rather disgusting. On "For Everybody," Khalifa raps, "I fell in love with a stripper/Funny thing is I fell back out of love quicker/They don't pay attention to the love anyway/They only concerned with what the haters say/Bottles be turning these girls into THOTS/Instagram turning these wives into hos."
SIGH. Seriously, Wiz?
After the way everything has gone down between these two, I fear there's no end in sight for their mutual mudslinging, musically, virtually or otherwise. Since Khalifa and Rose are entertainers, the attention they've garnered from the nonstop back-and-forth is probably doing more good than harm for their respective careers. But from a personal standpoint, if Khalifa is indeed dissing his ex in this song, he probably just wants a rise out of Rose, and in that case, I think no response is the best response.
By now, we all know Rose can rumble with the best of them (her nasty Twitter battle with Khloé Kardashian will go down in history). But as tempting as it may be to get on his level and defend herself with some by throwing some shots of her own, this is one situation where I hope she simply ignores him and continues focusing on what's best for herself and for the couple's son.