Amber Rose Sheds Tears On 'RapFix Live' Over Kanye West Scrutiny

By Rob Markman

On Wednesday Amber Rose made her second appearance on "RapFix Live" where she chatted about her debut single "Fame" and her appearance in the upcoming Western "Gang of Roses 2." Unfortunately for Amber, her new endeavors aren't the only things that have people talking. Her relationship with Kanye West still comes under much scrutiny even though the pair has been broken up for a number of years. Rose addressed all of the rumors regarding her and Kanye for the last time. Things got so emotional that she eventually broke into tears.

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Today on your show, I just want to let it be known that I am so done with the Kanye questions," she told Sway. "That's my past, I'm done with it."

"I'm done, I'm moving on with a new career. I'm in love with Wiz. I'm happy. I just want to move on with my life, and we can get everything out right now and then I'm done."

Amber is currently in a relationship with Wiz Khalifa, but her past romance with West still comes up in headlines. Whether it was on My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, where many of the songs seemed to be directed at Rose, or the Throne's November Philadelphia concert where Yeezy thanked Amber's native city for making her, the two former lovers are still constantly linked.

Rose made it clear that she is happily in love with Wiz. "I'm so happy now that I actually have a gentleman, a great guy that I love so much," she said of Khalifa. "Wiz knows that I never loved a man the way that I love him. He knows that, he's very secure with that."

Still, after her very public breakup with West, there is lingering pain when Rose is mistreated by people in public. "I have people throwing things at me in the street because they're fans of Kanye," Amber said before she started to cry on set. "I'm just crying because I don't deserve to be bullied like that. I'm a nice girl, I don't bother anybody. I keep my mouth shut because I don't want any trouble."

Putting all of the drama behind her was step one. Now, Amber looks to focus on her music career and acting career. She is currently working on her debut album and the film "Gang of Roses 2," which will be released on February 14.

"To be bullied through music and stuff like that, it's not fair to me," Rose continued while sobbing. "I don't deserve that, and I'm sick of being bullied."

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