Wiz Khalifa has opened up about his co-parenting relationship with his ex-wife, Amber Rose. The 36-year-old rapper talked about his experience co-parenting his 10-year-old son Sebastian with the model and TV personality on Wednesday’s (January 10) episode of the Call Her Daddy podcast.
When asked by the show’s host, Alex Cooper, how the co-parenting experience was going, Khalifa said, “I think I am in a good situation with her as a co-parent, especially through time… things have eased up and become more enjoyable. Amber is a good girl, she is a sweet person.”
The former couple split in 2014, a year after they welcomed their son. Speaking about the experience, Wiz Khalifa confirmed, “All of the irregular s##t has worked out and we have passed everything that would cause people to be dysfunctional. It is really difficult, it is more difficult than I thought it would be actually. Because I am super open about the boundaries that me and Amber have.”
Khalifa’s comments come shortly after Amber, 40, told talk show host Tamron Hall earlier this month that she and Wiz Khalifa (real name Cameron Thomaz) have become “best friends” since she moved on from her heartbreak over the split.
“I think that me and Wiz are so, best friends now, that…we’re so far past being in love that I can say that now, right?” she said. “It’s not like anything that we would circle back to or anything. We’re just friends and co-parents.”
Sebastian is Wiz’s only child, while Amber Rose has another son named Slash with her ex-boyfriend Alexander ‘AE’ Edwards.