Amber Rose is interpreting Kanye West’s recent rant about her as an apology — one that she's willing to accept.

“If it was an apology, I accept his apology,” Rose told XXL about 'Ye's mention of her during a show in her Philadelphia hometown on Wednesday (November 2). “I don’t think it sounded malicious or mean or anything like that. Me being a compassionate person, I would never hold any grudges against my ex. I appreciate the nice gesture. That was my hometown and stuff like that. I wish him a lot of happiness. I hope he finds a beautiful girl and I hope he treats her better than he treated me because I’m happy I found total happiness with Wiz.”

During the performance, Kanye took the stage and said, "To the city of Philly, I want to thank y'all for making the incredible person that this song was made for,” in between his performances of “Runaway” and “Heartless.”

“A lot of people have been asking me about that [Wednesday] and therefore it made me go look at it,” Rose said. “I looked at it and one thing he said is, ‘If you love someone tonight, hold on to them tight.’ And he also said, ‘When I told you I didn’t like your outfit, I was an asshole. When I told you I didn’t like your hair, I was an asshole.' He wrote that song for me and he was an asshole. I don’t hold any grudges, but sometimes you don’t realize what you have until it’s gone. Sometimes when you have something so beautiful and great, you take advantage of it because you think it’s going to be there forever and it’s not.”

Amber Rose will be appearing on season two of Master of the Mix presented by BET and Smirnoff, which premieres tomorrow. —Mark Lelinwalla