Amber Rose wants to be single for the rest of her life

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  • Amber Rose plans to stay single and not share her bed with anyone for the rest of her life.
  • She opened up about her previous relationships, sex and marriage on a podcast.
  • Amber was married to rapper Wiz Khalifa who she says was her soulmate.

During an appearance on the Sofia with an F podcast, the model opened up about a few personal topics, including her marriage with ex, rapper Wiz Khalifa. She also shared about her sex life and not wanting to be in a relationship.

"I wanna be single for the rest of my life. I don't want to share my house or my life with anyone. I don't want anyone around my kids. I don't want to have sex ... no, ew."

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She shared that the single life hasn't left her feeling lonely. 

"I am fine with being by myself too. I am very happy not to share my bed with anyone. My ex-husband cheated on me. We were married. We were young," Amber said.

She married rapper Wiz Khalifa, and they have a nine-year-old son. Although they have split, she revealed they have a great co-parenting relationship. 

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"I married my soulmate, and then all of a sudden, he wasn't there anymore." She hinted that her 2017 relationship with 21 Savage didn't work out because she was "still heartbroken" over her split with Wiz.

In addition, Amber has a three-year-old son named Slash with music executive Alexander Edwards who is now dating singer Cher. They were together for three years before ending their relationship in 2021. 

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