Wednesday, 29 June 2016

'I'll Probably Get Married Again When I'm In My 50s' - Wiz Khalifa

Although things didn't work out between him and his ex-wife and babymama, Amber Rose, Wiz Khalifa has not given up entirely on marriage, as he tells Playboy magazine that he might give marriage a second shot when he is in his 50s.
Wiz and Amber who share a son finalized their divorce earlier this year but continued to be good friends.

Speaking on their relationship, the Pittsburgh rapper tells Jeff Weiss of Playboy magazine,
"I feel like not being in that relationship helped me out a lot. I learned how to be present where I need to be present. I'd been present in the relationship, but at that age and with what was going on, it just wasn't right for me. It helps to walk away sometimes, even though it was super hard."
On his divorce playing out in public:
Dealing with a breakup or a divorce is hard enough, let alone for it to be public and on TV and radio. Suddenly everyone has advice. I'm a private dude, so I only talk to my family and the people next to me. I don't trust anybody with information, so I would never tell a rapper how I really felt.
On getting married again:
I think I will, but it will be later. It was cool; it was fun. I learned a lot. Things that would've taken me much longer to learn, I learned in a short period of time. I feel like I'll probably get married again when I'm in my 50s. I was sad after it ended, but I wasn't depressed; I've never really been depressed in my life. I was sad because we were going through a lot and my son was involved, and that hurt me because my main goal is to raise my son how I want. I'm a control freak, and not being able to control that was weird. I didn't know how to deal with it and didn't understand that feeling. A year later, I'm way smarter and better equipped to deal with it.
On his now resolved infamous fued with Kanye West:
That was a weird situation, because it was something I would do in real life. All I did was speak my mind. I'm a Max B fan, and if me and Kanye were in a room and he said, "Yo, I'mma name my album Waves," I'd be like, "Don't do that. You're not allowed to do that." Nobody really does that these days. Nobody checks n---as like, "Nah, n---a." No one is above being spoken to, and if you've got real friends, they'll tell you how they feel. That's how I handle all my situations in real life. Even if I have a problem with somebody, I'm not gonna advertise it. We can go around the corner and we can really do it. But all in front of people? That's not me. N---as talk sh-- every day, and n---as say sh-- about my ex, niggas say sh-- about my kid. It's all good. There's competition in rap, and Kanye obviously sees me as that.
You can read the full interview here!

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