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Wiz Khalifa & Amber Rose Suffered A Miscarriage Prior To Current Pregnancy


Amber Rose recently posted a photo flaunting not only her growing baby bump but her man's latest album O.N.I.F.C.

The mommy to be repped Wiz Khalifa's new album title on her belly and showed off that even her bundle of joy is loving the project. She captioned the photo:

"Even our Lil Wizbud Loves listening to #ONIFC :-)"

While his lady is holding him down, Wiz has been busy making his rounds to promote his album and he hit up Hot 107.9 in Philly with Qdeezy yesterday, and revealed some sad news.

The Pittsburgh native says that this is actually Amber's second time being pregnant and that him and his wife to be suffered a miscarriage during the second trimester of her first pregnancy, therefore during the second one, they wanted to take their time with making a public announcement.

It's very understandable, that the couple would take their time with this pregnancy and we're so happy Amber's is doing very well this time around.

In other news it looks like the head Rosebud has made herself a new friend and it's... Miley Cyrus. The blonde bombshell recently responded to a tweet from the superstar and said that she'd love to do dinner with her, posting:



It looks like Amber is in a good space and her pregnancy is going great. We can't wait for her little wizbud to arrive.

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myhipusername 8th-Dec-2012 10:47 pm (UTC)
idt you can compare that with a pregnancy tho

when they say "we're pregnant" they mean "we are having this baby together" meaning that this bb will have both the mom and the dads DNA

its not that big of a deal i mean lol
ginger_maya 8th-Dec-2012 10:50 pm (UTC)
Why not? Both are uniquely female biological experiences. Just because the man has the minor job of depositing some genetic material doesn't make him qualified to know what pregnancy feels like. Or what losing the baby feels like.

Would you be okay with a couple saying "We had an abortion" either?
thetxbelle 8th-Dec-2012 10:54 pm (UTC)
My sister and her husband said they had an abortion when my sister got one because it was an emotionally difficult decision for both of them.
ginger_maya 8th-Dec-2012 11:03 pm (UTC)
Like I give a fuck how emotionally difficult decision an abortion is for a male.
thetxbelle 8th-Dec-2012 11:13 pm (UTC)
I"m replying to your question by giving you an example of when a woman who had an abortion used the term "we", I'm not telling you to give a fuck.
ginger_maya 8th-Dec-2012 11:59 pm (UTC)
So? Just because they used it doesn't mean it was correct.
leaf_collector 8th-Dec-2012 10:56 pm (UTC)
"We had an abortion" idt a couple would say quite that tho. maybe, "we decided not to have a chid" or w/e, but i would still be ok w/ my husband saying it. it's something that affects both of us.
you're really putting too much thought into this
ginger_maya 8th-Dec-2012 11:04 pm (UTC)
You do realize that "you're over-analyzing" and "you're taking this too seriously" are classic deflections, right?
leaf_collector 8th-Dec-2012 11:09 pm (UTC)
yes, ok.
but not everything that men say/do is a slap in the face towards women.
it seems like you care alot about this and i respect that. for me personally? a relationship w/ pregnancy/children is a shared responsibility - im ok if my guy wants to take some credit.
ginger_maya 8th-Dec-2012 11:58 pm (UTC)
Patriarchy already makes everything about men and their experiences, appropriating female experiences is one more manifestation of it.

And the only credit a man deserves about a pregnancy is the initial conception.
run_atreyu 9th-Dec-2012 12:06 am (UTC)
Love your comments in this thread, and totally agree.
leaf_collector 9th-Dec-2012 12:26 am (UTC)
there are some men out there who will appropriate the entire experience - "my wife, my child" etc etc, this is true. having said that, an experience of pregnancy and conception, (in the ideal, not always true for everyone im sorry to say) isn't just about women, nor just the man. not every man is taking credit for helping to take responsibility or joy in having a child.

i get what you're saying - i do. i understand about patriarchy and men taking credit for a woman's biological processes.
but it doesn't nullify the joint experience of a child. there are men who are allowed to take credit for being involved. the phrase "we're pregnant" is just that - a phrase. because of patriarchy, maybe, but so what.
we're debating semantics now; your point and my point are like logarithmic functions.
logarythmic functions
they will never meet, and thats ok.


thetxbelle 8th-Dec-2012 11:15 pm (UTC)
My sister actually said that but I do agree most couples might not say it when it comes to an abortion.
leaf_collector 9th-Dec-2012 01:57 am (UTC)
oh, sorry.
i don't think there's anything wrong w/ saying it upfront like that, because it's a fact in some peoples lives, for varieties of reasons. in my close-minded part of the country, and esp my family, people receive grief over it from others, for "indiscretion" or some other equal bs... but so that's why i haven't heard it so often.
thetxbelle 9th-Dec-2012 02:39 am (UTC)
It was the first time I've heard it too which made me realize I guess for some couples they see it as something that affects both of them.
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