Amber Rose is continuing to slam her baby daddy Alexander "AE" Edwards after he admitted to cheating on her with 12 women then laughed about it.
Just days after breaking up with AE and putting his cheating scandal on blast, the 37-year-old mom of two took to social media and continued to throw him under the bus.
As Radar reported, not only did he not deny Amber's accusations, he laughed about it in an interview and chalked the whole thing up to being his "nature."
On Saturday, Amber had enough, posting a lengthy Instagram Story about being in love with a narcissist.
“When ur in love with a narcissist,” she began in her emotional note, “Ur brain tells you to run when ur heart says stay."
“Unanswered questions. Gaslighting. Stonewalling, Deflecting, Projecting,” she continued. “I wish it was easy for me to ‘fix him,’ but that’s not for me to do. The pain cuts so deep, especially when there are children involved.”
Amber welcomed her only child with AE —son Slash — in October 2019. She's also mom to 8-year-old Sebastian, who she shares with her ex-husband, Wiz Khalifa.
“I will always love him so much, but I know I can’t heal him,” she revealed over the weekend. “Only he can do that. I knew I had to set myself free publicly or I would’ve stayed forever never receiving the love I craved and begged for. Tough choice because it hurt so bad, but I choose me.
“I didn’t want to have to do this at all, I just wanted my family MY HUSBAND," Amber continued. The now exes often called each other husband and wife, but it's unclear if they actually tied the knot.
"There’s only so many times I can ask a man to just be transparent, honest and love me wholeheartedly. I don’t know if I’ll get the happy ending i wanted but maybe I’ll get the happy ending I deserve," she ended her post.
While Amber was spotted stress smoking a cigarette after calling AE out on his cheating, the music executive doesn't seem remorseful for his actions.
Sitting down for an interview just hours after his family life blew up, AE seemed to say that he'd cheat on her again.
"I know that I could stop. I could give her a good, solid six months and just really like, deprive myself of my true nature for as long as I can take it but I don't want to live like that," he said.