Amber Rose and Wiz Khalifa Reconcile, Thanks to a Song

By Florida Mae Acampado | 2 years ago
Amber Rose and Wiz Khalifa Reconcile, Thanks to a Song

It’s amazing how much a song can bring out emotions and get people to reconcile. This is apparently what happened between ex-couple Amber Rose and Wiz Khalifa as they go through a better relationship for the sake of their little boy, all thanks to a song!

TMZ reports that after a long custody war over their son Sebastian, Amber Rose and Wiz Khalifa have apparently decided on a joint custody. And who do we have to thank for that? Well, it turns out that Khalifa himself decided on things and passed it to Rose via his latest song ‘See You Again’, which will be featured in the soundtrack of the movie “Furious 7”.


Sources said that Khalifa asked Rose to listen to his new song, and apparently some of its lyrics hit her right at home. This then led to them agreeing to work on a joint custody of Sebastian instead of aiming at each other’s throats for primary custody.

The particular lyrics of the song that were said to have softened up Rose were the following: “How could we not talk about family when family’s all that we got? Everything I went through, you were standing there by my side. And now you gonna be with me for the last ride”. Judging from these parts of the song, it seems Khalifa really wants her to consider working things out between them for the sake of their only child.

But then again, this stems to one question: is there a good chance of them to be together again?

Both TMZ and claim that thanks to their son, Khalifa and Rose will always be connected in a way. However, chances of them getting back together are pretty slim. On the other hand, claims that Khalifa’s song really aims to apologize to Rose and get her back in his life.

Do you think there’s a chance for Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose to get back together again? Post your comments below.

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