Los Angeles - Amber Rose has branded Kanye West a "fucking clown" for bringing her two-year-old son into his row with Wiz Khalifa.
The 32-year-old model has lashed out at the Bound 2 hitmaker for making "ridiculous" claims about her toddler Sebastian, whom she has with Wiz, following a misunderstanding with his rival rapper on Twitter this week.
Speaking in a podcast, titled Allegedly, obtained by TMZ, the blonde beauty said: "I would never talk about kids in an argument. It just shows the type of person he is. Even him saying stuff about my son, I still didn't say anything about his kids. I'm not going to. This is ridiculous.
"They're innocent babies. You don't ever, ever talk about a baby, ever. That just shows how fucking ridiculous he is."
Asked by podcast hosts Theo Von and Matt Cole Weiss if she was surprised by Kanye's comments, Amber added: "No, because I know him. I know he's a fucking clown."
However, one thing the fashion designer, who dated Kanye from 2008 until 2010, can't get her head around is why the 38-year-old rapper keeps bringing her up in his song lyrics.
She explained: "He came out with a song last week that said, 'I had my son for a meal ticket.' He still talks about me in songs. He talks about me all day."
Listen to the podcast here:
Amber found herself caught up in the middle of Kanye's feud with her ex-husband Wiz on Wednesday when he referred to her as a "stripper."
Kanye, who has two-year-old daughter North and seven-week-old son Saint with Kim, told Wiz in his foul-mouthed rant: "You let a stripper trap you. I know you mad every time you look at your child that this girl got you for 18 years. (sic)"
The two stars initially came to blows after Wiz mocked Kanye for deciding to change the title of his new album.
The feud has now been removed from Twitter.
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