Amber Rose took to Twitter Tuesday night (June 7) to clear up the fact that even though their divorce is finalized, her and Wiz were not in the strip club to specifically celebrate the settlement but were rather just having a good time as amicable exes.

"Too much fun with my Ex hubby last night & no we didn't celebrate our divorce we celebrated our love 4 each other cuz that never goes away," wrote Amber.


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All's well that ends well for Wiz and Amber. Pittsburgh rapper Wiz Khalifa and his ex-wife, reality star Amber Rose, celebrated an amicable divorce settlement in true hip-hop fashion. TMZ caught the former rap couple celebrating the terms of their divorce at Ace of Diamonds Strip Club in Los Angeles last night (June 6).

New details from the settlement show just how even the divorce is. Wiz will keep the Pennsylvania estate and the 10 luxury automobiles the couple had together. Amber will receive $14,800 a month in child support from Wiz for their 3-year-old son, Sebastian, who they share joint custody of. She'll also get another $1 million from their prenuptial agreement. Happy ex-wife, happy life.

The couple was married in July of 2013 after dating publicly for a year. Unfortunately in 2014, Amber caught the Khalifa man cheating on her. After a rocky few months in 2014 and 2015, Amber publicly forgave Wiz for his misstep and the two have seemed to put their differences aside for the sake of their child. Wiz and Amber have posted about one another on social media to show off their successful co-parenting.

Since the break-up, Wiz and Amber have been doing pretty well for themselves. Amber has turned her anti-slut shaming mantra into an entire brand, launched her own emoji app and recently scored her own reality show on VH1. As for Wiz, the "Bake Sale" MC dropped his fifth studio album Khalifa back in February, has teamed up with Juicy J and TM88 for their Rude Awakening collab project and recently took home hardware at the Billboard Music Awards for his Fast & Furious 7 smash hit "See You Again" featuring Charlie Puth.

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