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Jul 17, 2016 10:50 AM EDT

Amber Rose Discussed The Sex Life Of Pregnant Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian


On Friday's episode of "The Amber Rose Show," the American model Amber Rose spilled a few secrets about the sex life between her pregnant BFF Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian.

Rose has a long history of being outspoken about her life. The fashion designer said that Chyna might get mad that she's talking about it, but Chyna said she's always horny all the time during the pregnancy.

After Rose dished the news to model Tess Holliday about Chyna did have sex while pregnant, Amber said sorry to the video vixen, based on the report of PEOPLE.

Rose went further and said that she didn't have a strong sex drive when she was pregnant with her son Sebastian Taylor, but her American rapper ex-husband Wiz Khalifa did.

Rose made it known that she had a different experience with Blac, Rose said that when she was pregnant, she would act like she was into it, but she really wanted to finish it up, Entertainment Tonight reported.

Then, the "See You Again" hitmaker eventually calmed down, but not until the very end of Amber's third trimester.

Amber also made it known that Wiz had an intense feeling of deep affection of her body. But, when Rose was in her ninth month of pregnancy, Rose claimed that Wiz said that the baby's kind of big at the moment, and he feel feel like he's going to hit his son in the head.

As the conversation gets going during "The Amber Rose Show," the model said that one of the craziest places that she have had sex was in a restaurant bathroom. But, Rose did not throw in who she was getting cozy within the restroom, according to US Weekly.

That being said, after 2 years of dating, Rose split up from the prestigious American rapper Kanye West in 2010. And eventually, Kanye is now with the American reality television personality, Kim Kardashian.

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