Recently speaking with Columbus, Ohio’s Power 107.5, Wiz said the rumors aren’t true and that he and Amber actually celebrated their one-year anniversary the day after his latest album Blacc Hollywood was released.
“Nah, hell nah,” he said when asked about the rumors. “I wouldn’t pay attention to the hype. It’s actually our one year anniversary today.”
Also during the interview Wiz was asked about the Michael Brown case and the recent protests that came from it in Ferguson, Missouri.
“I think it’s really unfortunate and it’s something that kind of repeats itself especially in African American history where it takes a tragic situation to bring light to a situation where people need to come together, support each other whether it be one person’s family or an entire city,” he explained. “At the end of the day these are real life situations where we all need to support each other and have each other’s best interests in mind.”
Wiz Khalifa’s September 13 show at Michigan State University was recently cancelled after a man was fatally killed backstage at a tour stop last weekend. According to the Hattisburg American, a ”review of recent events and assessment of campus concerns” ended the show’s slated occurrence. It is unclear if the recent shooting was the cause however it was soon after it that the school made the cancelation announcement.