Amber Rose Says 21 Savage Can't Allow Himself To Be Loved

Amber Rose Says 21 Savage Can't Allow Himself To Be Loved
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According to Hot New Hip Hop, Amber Rose thinks 21 Savage is incapable of being loved. These days, Rose is in a relationship with Alexander "AE" Edwards, but Amber can't erase what's happened to her in the past, including some of her old relationships.

As most know, Amber has dated some of the most famous black men in the entertainment business, including Kanye West and 21 Savage. However, during a new episode of No Jumper with Adam22 , Amber shared what really went down between her and 21 Savage back in 2018.

According to Rose, things first started to go downhill when the rapper came to her SlutWalk event with a sign that read, "I'm a hoe, too!" The controversy was imminent, and fans were very unhappy with Mr. Savage; Amber says this was the beginning of their end.

Rose claimed it was what he wanted to do, but it definitely contributed to their collapse. It was actually an idea they both come up with and thought was a great thing for him to do, but the internet came for him just a bit too much.

Amber said to Adam22, "I think the internet just went in on him too much and it just wasn't good after that." The socialite went on to say she had seen a much softer and vulnerable side to him, but she believes he's incapable of being loved.

If he wasn't a loving person at all, Amber explained, there is no way she could've stayed with him as long as she did. In other news, Amber appeared on the latest episode of Red Table Talk where she touched on the idea of sexual consent with Jada, her mother, Willow Smith, and Rumer Willis.

The group of women shared their experiences with being pressured into sex without consent. However, the main theme of the episode, more specifically, was the "gray area."


Adrienne Banfield Jones , for instance, claimed she was once pressured into sex by Jada's father, but she never said either "no" or "yes," so it was a difficult situation to describe.

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