Did Wiz cheat on Amber Rose? She thinks so!


Amber Rose reportedly filed for divorce after becoming convinced Wiz Khalifa was cheating on her on tour. The 30-year-old star married the 27-year-old musician in July last year, but filed papers to end the union yesterday. Their split, which happened on Monday, is said to be acrimonious, with TMZ now suggesting Amber believes her husband was unfaithful. Wiz began the Under The Influence Of Music Tour in July, which is apparently when Amber started having doubts. Her allegations remain unsubstantiated, but she is said to believe he cheated while on the road.

'She wanted to join Wiz on the tour but he came up with a panoply of excuses'

"Amber's telling friends... she wanted to join Wiz on the tour but he came up with a panoply of excuses, the most frequent of which... she should stay home with their one-year-old," reports TMZ.

According to the site, Amber also accuses Wiz of trying to assert his authority by claiming he is the main "breadwinner" in the family, meaning he should be left alone to work on his career. The model apparently claims he also used this as a reason why she should be at home with their son Sebastian.

However, it's also been reported that the hip-hop star believes Amber went against their marriage vows. There has been speculation about the nature of her relationship with Nick Cannon, who signed on to manage her recently.

There is no proof of any of the allegations.

Neither Amber or Wiz has commented on their split at the moment, or made any reference to it on social media. However, on the day they are said to have parted ways Wiz did make some veiled remarks on Twitter.

"Everyone deserves to be loved," he wrote on September 22.

"Embracing the things that make you you will in turn make others better... (sic)"

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