Wiz Khalifa Feels ‘Structured’ As an Engaged Man to Amber Rose
Just like his debut single 'Work Hard, Play Hard,' Wiz Khalifa is working hard to complete his new album 'O.N.I.F.C.,' which has been pushed back to Sept. 18. In the meantime, he's enjoying life on the road and life as an engaged man to Amber Rose.
In an interview with Rolling Stone, Wizzy is happy to be tied down to the blonde bombshell. "I love it, man. It's really structured and it's good because God puts everything in place how it's supposed to be," he tells the music website. "And I would just be really, really retarded not to take those things. I love my wife. We FaceTime and we talk on the phone and she travels to come see me when she can. But she works as well. But we see each other a lot more than people would think, though, because we make it happen and we love each other so much."
All together now, awwwwww.
Rose herself has fueled rumors that she is preggers with Wiz's baby. The supermodel was photographed at the pool with only a bra and what appears to be a baby bump. Also, you can see that Rose's growing out her trademark bleach blonde hair, which could possibly mean that she is pregnant as hair bleaching is not allowed for women expecting a baby. Or, she could be going au natural for her wedding. There's still no word on when Wiz and Rose will tied the knot but Rose has mentioned that she already picked out a wedding dress.
In the meantime, Wiz hopes to broaden his fan base with his second effort 'O.N.I.F.C.' The Pittsburgh rapper insists that he's not trying to go too poppy on the collection but he doesn't want to the music to be stagnant either.
"I just wanted to keep it wide open and not do anything forced or anything that took too much thought, but just go as natural as possible," Wiz explains. "I really keyed in on my influences that made me wanna rap and do music. And I just try to recreate those feelings."
"Really, it starts in here (points to heart). So that's where I really took it back to," he continues. "And on the album, it's really musical but it's not, like, over-creative. I'm not trying to push anything on anybody. There's a lot of songs that are less obvious hits but they're gonna stick with you and you're gonna love them and in time they're gonna be big songs because they have no choice but to [be]. I think that's what music needs. That's what I grew up on and that's what we trying to bring."
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