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You Don’t Say? Amber Rose Files For Divorce from Wiz Khalifa, Nick Canon Not Responsible

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TMZ Amber RoseWhen I see celebs and non-celebs doing too much public display of affection (PDA), I usually question the strength of their relationships.  There was this kid in my high school back in the days. He was African-American dating a white girl. I have never seen someone stuff the throat of another so aggressively almost on a daily basis and in public. It was so immature, and very, very annoying. That relationship did not last up to one semester. When I would see Amber do her PDA with Wiz, it always made me think of  those kids in my high school days.

Hearing that Amber has filed for divorce, therefore, comes as no surprise. The PDA was just way too much and to me a reflection of shaky grounds the relationship stood on.

By the way, there have been allegations flying that Nick Canon is responsible for the break up. I don’t know how anyone can possibly even come up with such a statement. But, Nick has now made it clear he ain’t responsible for any breakup.

It would be interesting to see how the family law case shapes up. For the sake of their child, I hope this couple’s breakup is as clean as possible.

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