Amber Rose
Amber Rose

Amber Rose's 'sleepless nights' after first threesome

Amber Rose is having "sleepless nights" after her first threesome.

The 32-year-old model recently experimented in the bedroom and admits it was "f***ing horrible" because it lacked any passion.

Speaking in her first Loveline podcast, she said: "We kinda just got together; it was a guy and a girl and it was f***ing horrible. It was the worst. It was horrible. I am literally having sleepless nights. I felt the pressure, getting older, to experience new things and I did it against my better judgment because I talk about sex a lot.

"I hated it. Because I feel like I am a very passionate lover and I like that one-on-one passion. With the threesome I felt like there was no passion. there was no kissing and rolling around. All those moments were not there. I won't do it again. Maybe if it's two guys but not with another girl."

Meanwhile, Amber previously admitted she can't remember how many men she has slept with.

She said: "I'm 32-years-old - I've been around the block a few times. I'm not going to sit there and count."

And Amber also believes men are praised for cheating whilst women are berated for the same thing.

She added: "We [women] are smart enough to not let the men find out, I feel like guys get so sloppy. Women have an intuition, if he lies we know ... Sometimes we're in denial, like, 'He wouldn't do that to me,' but at the same time we like, 'Bitch, I know he did that.'"



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