Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose are doing their best to salvage their ‘strained’ relationship for the sake of their son. HollywoodLife.com has the EXCLUSIVE details on how being the best parents to Sebastian could lead to a reconciliation.
Wiz Khalifa, 28, and Amber Rose, 31, are putting their differences aside in hopes of becoming the best parents possible for their 2-year-old son, Sebastian. But the million dollar question we all want to know is if the two of them are rekindling their romantic relationship? To hear more about Amber Rose, head over to iTunes and download the latest HollywoodLife podcast for free!
“They are working on being parents first, and they’ll see where everything else falls,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “They have to be friendly because of their kid, but their relationship and friendship is very strained at best.” They seemed very friendly together in a picture Amber posted on Instagram, captioned “Still ballin,” with a cute little emoji with hearts for eyes.
Our source also shared that Amber was the one who initiated things with Wiz, despite their history, because she is trying to “turn over a new leaf.” She also wants Wiz to be “a person who is always in Sebastian’s life and will do anything to make that happen.”
Although we would all love to see them get back together as one big happy family, it sounds like the “See You Again” rapper has a little more than Amber on his mind. An eyewitness told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that he spotted Wiz on Sept. 4 at First Slice Media’s World’s Largest Pizza Festival, hooking up with a busty blonde who looked to be around 20 years-old.
Wiz and Amber have been spotted out together several times since Amber filed for divorce in September 2014, after they were married for a year. The two definitely looked happy to be in each others company while backstage at Wiz’s concert in August 2015.
HollywoodLifers, do you think Amber and Wiz are making the right decision to be ‘friendly’ for the sake of Sebastian? Let us know!
— Celeste Piraino, reporting by Russ Weakland.