Amber Rose and Wiz Khalifa
9.9.2016

Wiz Khalifa & Amber Rose Argue Over Threesomes & Slut Shaming

Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose seem to be at odds once again.

The co-parents have been bonding, even commemorating their divorce at a Los Angeles strip club together, but today, things took a turn for the worse.

During her “Loveline” podcast this week, Amber told listeners that she might “just call my baby daddy over tonight, get a little something” following a failed ménage à trois. But her ex-husband clearly wasn’t down, calling her out on Twitter.

“Not here for your rebound after your threesome. Only peace and love @DaRealAmberRose,” tweeted Wiz, later adding, “If I were to say ‘ i fucked two bitches last week and it was wack. I think Ima just call my baby’s mom’. Would you feel flattered?”

The latter tweet has since been deleted, but he continued: “Don’t let fame and illusions fool you. Have an awesome day.”

For her part, Rose felt she was being “slut shamed” once again.

Hours later, Wiz responded with a series of tweets clarifying his stance.

“Honestly this whole thing has me bummed out,” he wrote. “I just wanted to spend time wit my family on my birthday like anyone normal…you guys seen us on snap prior to me seeing the headlines and even me voicing my opinion doesn’t mean it’s the end of the world…It’s just me stating that I don’t want to be a part of the joke. Sorry if any women were offended.”

But Wiz isn’t just making headlines on Twitter. He’s also doing it with his new Tove Lo collaboration, “Influence.”

Over pop-leaning production, Tove sings about intoxication. “I’m under the influence so don’t trust every word I say,” she sings. “When I’m under the influence, it’s a blur, but I want my way.”

Meanwhile, a confident Khalifa — no stranger to being under the “Influence” — delivers a rapid-fire verse. “Barely knew what your name was, don’t care who you just came with,” he rhymes. “Make a move and get famous / Get your mission completed.”

Listen to “Influence” off Tove’s upcoming sophomore album Lady Wood, due Oct. 28.