Kim Kardashian and Amber Rose Break the Internet With Selfie
Swish, there it is.
UPDATE: After Amber Rose and Kim Kardashian’s peace-making selfie, Kanye West has revealed that he and Wiz Khalifa have also buried the hatchet.
Swish, there it is.
A new twist has emerged in the Kanye West and Amber Rose saga — and this time, Kim Kardashian has entered the fray.
Last night (February 1), Kim K posted a selfie on her Instagram page that has everyone talking since it featured none other than Amber Rose. Doing their best to master the Blue Steel pose, the women left an entire world wide web in shock as the photos quickly shot “Kim and Amber” into a top trending topic on social media.
“Tea anyone,” read the accompanying caption on Kim’s post, while Rose shared the same image with the word, “Swingers.”
The photo comes after a rather interesting series of events last week, which included Kim’s husband Kanye West unloading a barrage of insults at Rose’s ex-husband Wiz Khalifa after the former misunderstood a tweet featuring the letters “KK.” Believing it to be a reference to his wife’s initials (“KK” happens to be Wiz’s own strain of weed called “Khalifa Kush”), West unloaded a series of slander against the rapper, calling out Rose (“You let a stripper trap you”), their child together (“I own your child”) and his music (“You stole your whole shit from Cudi”). The G.O.O.D. Music rapper received plenty of backlash for the out of line comments. But after the mess, it was Rose who emerged victorious with the last say:
Almost a week since the Twitter spat, TMZ reports that both Rose and Kim K have since broke bread and made peace. Per the report, the two met at Kris Jenner’s home on Monday (February 1) and “hashed things out” and “after a long conversation they’re both good with each other.”
Guess Kanye and Kim really do have the kind of love to turn exes into friends.
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