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Amber Rose talks dating women with Hot 97 & dishes on her new book and how she met Kanye

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It looks like the gag order rumors between Amber Rose and Kanye West are just that. RUMORS. Amber dished about her new book, her love for women and her past with Kanye on Hot 97 earlier today. She seemed pretty sincere about everything was saying. She talked about meeting Kanye and never leaving him after she worked with him on the set of Robo Cop. She also talked about writing music and helping him with his last album.

Amber Rose also has a book coming out. Although the book will talk about love and sex it will not be based around her relationship with Kanye. She will also discuss her family and her childhood in the book. Sounds interesting…. She was asked about her sexual preference during the interview.

Have you been with a black woman before?


Seriously? Like really went in or just…la la la made out.

Ive had two three year relationships with two black woman. I know its gonna come across like ugh, she’s bisexual and she dates girls and guys and stuff like that, but really, im just really a loveable person. I believe that you can really love anyone. Its not a big deal if you just find someone attractive and you think theyre a beautiful person.

Interesting.  I’m interested to see what will be in this book. Check out a few clips from the interview below!

Click HERE to listen to the entire interview.

{SN: I wonder if that was actually her voice on the Blame Game o_0}

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