Amber Rose Declares ‘I Don’t Want To Date A Rapper Anymore’

32-year-old Amber Rose says she is so over dating rappers, after two failed and messy relationships with two of the biggest stars in the game — Kanye West and Wiz Khalifa. The stripper-turned-fashion-designer and activist opened up about her love life during a sit-down with clairvoyant Tyler Henry on E!’s Hollywood Medium, and she revealed that she’s looking for love with a different kind of man, Us Weekly reports.

“I guess I wanna know if, if I’m gonna find love again, and if I’m gonna have more babies,” Rose tells Henry in a sneak peek of the February 21 episode. Peep the clip below.

Rose dated West from 2008 to 2010, then hooked up with Wiz, whom she wed in 2013, and they called it quits one year later. Wiz and Rose share a son, Sebastian. She also briefly dated rapper Machine Gun Kelly last year.

“What’s interesting about this is that I’m either seeing a relationship with someone who has a record label, I’m seeing a record label, record label, record label,” Henry tells Rose. “I don’t want you to date a rapper.”

“No, I don’t want to date a rapper anymore, get them away from me!” she declares, laughing. “I’m very attracted to creative people so that’s why they just, they call me.”

Amber, Kanye

Last year, Rose responded to critics who claim that she just “f—s” rappers, by detailing her genuine love for West and Wiz in an Instagram post.

“Insinuating that I just ‘F—‘ rappers,” Rose noted of West and Khalifa. “I’ve been in Love with 2 of them and 1 I married and have a beautiful baby with,” she wrote.

She also addressed female critics of her love life, dating preference, and jet-setting lifestyle.

“I have never been torn down so bad by WOMEN Lol Wtf???” Rose wrote on Instagram. “I’m having this Slut walk for all of us to not get torn down by men and instead of u girls researching exactly what a Slut Walk is ur just calling me a Slut smh we need to do better. Me dancing and having fun doesn’t make me a slut or a bad mom but cool judge me if u wanna. I come from extreme humble beginnings and have always been the same girl…. And I’ll continue to live my life and make a change how ever I can.”

Wiz, Amber

Rose gained fame in the urban community after posing for a Louis Vuitton print ad featuring Kanye’s sneaker line. She has since launched her own eyewear and clothing line, and has worked the catwalk at New York Fashion Week for Celestino. In 2012, she launched a clothing line with her friend Priscilla Ono called Rose & Ono. Amber has appeared in a number of films and she has released a couple of music singles. Her debut single “Fame” features her baby daddy Wiz. Rose has made cameos in numerous music videos for artists such as Nicki Minaj, Young Jeezy, Wiz Khalifa, Fabolous, and Ludacris. Lately, her antics with BFF and former stripper Blac Chyna, as well as her feuds with Kanye and the Kardashians, keeps her name in the headlines.

Activist Amber is a proud supporter of the LGBT community. She starred in a PSA by NOH8 Campaign, and she served as a guest judge on Season 3 of RuPaul’s Drag Race. Last year, Amber’s viral video Walk Of No Shame with Amber Rose, with Funny Or Die, helped promote her female-empowering Slut Walk event, which took last October in Los Angeles.

In a recent conversation on Tyrese Gibson and Rev. Run’s new relationship series, It’s Not You, It’s Men, Rose addressed the disturbing notion that women might be “asking” for sexual harassment if they put out a certain type of “energy,” per Huff Post.

“If I’m laying down with a man — butt-naked — and his condom is on, and I say, ‘You know what? No. I don’t want to do this. I changed my mind,’ that means no. That means f-ing no. That’s it,” Rose said. “It doesn’t matter how far I take it or what I have on,” she continues. “When I say no, it means no.”

Amber Rose and Black Chyna had an MTV reality show in the works last year, where they were expected to spill all the tea about Kanye and the Kardashians. The show was reportedly scrapped after Rose had a heart-to-heart with Kim Kardashian.

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