On "For Everybody, also featuring Rock City, Wiz raps, "I fell in love with a stripper / Funny thing is I fell back out of love quicker / They don't pay attention to the love anyway / They only concerned with what the haters say / Bottles be turning these girls into thots / Instagram turning these wifes into hos." Ouch.
Amber has admitted in the past– even during a recent interview – that she started stripping when she was 15. The song dropped just a couple of weeks after the model's interview with "The Breakfast Club" on Power 105.1 FM, in which she addressed allegations that he cheated and said Wiz turned into a different person. "It's like 'Dude that's not you.' That's not my husband. That's not the man that I know. Wiz isn't a bad guy. He has great spirit, that's why I married him. People make mistakes."
Amber also seemed like she hadn't given up on the possibility of them getting back together, "adding, You know, he's young, he has a lot of life to live. Now that I'm done crying, it doesn't bother me anymore. Now's my time to live. I'll never say never because he's the father of my child. He's still technically my husband. But right now, with all he's doing, I'm not with it."
Following that interview, Wiz tweeted, "anyone who really knows me knows that I never cheated on amber. i always kept my views on family and stability clear and stood by them just as I do anything else I feel strongly about. i feel like its my responsibility to make sure you have the truth and aren't misguided so we can all move like bosses."
If the song isn't clear Wiz doesn't share Amber's sentiments about never saying never on their relationship, he summed that up to a fan with two words last month. When one of his Twitter followers tweeted him, writing, "get your wife back." Wiz simply said in response, "no thanks."