Amber Rose is done talking about the Kardashians, as she refused to address any of Andy Cohen's prying questions about reality TV's first family on Watch What Happens Live Sunday.
The 32-year-old beauty found herself in Cohen's cross-hairs during the show's Plead the fifth segment, in which celebs are asked three touchy questions, one of which they can pass on.
When Cohen began a question, "Rank these Kardashian-Jenners from least to most interesting," the former exotic dancer was quick to reply, "Plead the fifth. I'm not doing it."
The Philadelphia native, who famously dated Kim's now-husband Kanye West from 2008 until 2010 — a timeframe she believes Kim tried to hone in on her boyfriend — didn't even let Cohen get his second question out about her ex before she made clear she was staying tightlipped about the family.
After Cohen said, "As we know, Kanye West said," Rose, a one-time Ford model, interrupted, declaring, "I'm not talking about Kanye or the Kardashians at all. I plead the fifth again. I'm using it twice."
Cohen didn't let Rose's lack of cooperation pass without addressing it, calling her out for "doing the worst job on Plead the Fifth and not answering any of the questions."
In her new book How to Be a Bad B*tch, Rose indirectly addresses many lessons she learned from the feud while dropping just a little more shade on the Calabasas-based clan.
"There's no need to go back and forth and have an argument on social media with someone who obviously just wants to get your attention — they're not worth it," she wrote, adding, in a likely reference to Kim: "A bad b*tch never messes with another woman's man. Never. Hell, no. She's never a home wrecker!"
The book hits shelves Tuesday.