One of the most gruelling battles between couples settling a divorce is the custody of their children. And Wiz Khalifa has just raised some new arguments against his ex-wife Amber Rose that he hopes will give him primary custody of their boy Sebastian.
According to some documents TMZ was able to acquire regarding Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose’s custody issues over their son, Khalifa’s camp was able to list down some rather disturbing complaints about Rose. They claim that Rose tends to stay out all night, thus leaving her son into the care of others. By morning, she’ll attend to her son for around 15 minutes or so then leave.
But two of these complaints turn out to be the most disturbing. One involves the family dog, which has a tendency to eat its own feces. Later, perhaps while playing, the dog would end up licking Sebastian’s face.
The other disturbing complaint refers to the rather hot-blooded relationship between Rose and her own mother. Rose, who is half Creole and half Italian, had previously mentioned in an interview that the Creole side of her family did not attend her wedding to Khalifa back in 2013 simply because he is an African-American.
“My family feels like they are more superior or better than an African-American because we’re Creole… and that’s something that I’ve battled with most of my life,” Rose revealed.
As a result of this, when mother and daughter would meet, it would always include “shouting matches and vulgar exchanges” and even mentions of the “N—–” word, which naturally upsets poor Sebastian.
Khalifa has not yet filed the legal documents regarding his son’s custody, but due to his concern and with such complaints, it’s only a matter of time before he does. As of the moment, he is asking for support from his friends and relatives for the matter at hand.
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