Cupid's Pulse Article: Wiz Khalifa Calls Celebrity Ex Amber Rose a ‘Foul Creature’ on TwitterCupid's Pulse Article: Wiz Khalifa Calls Celebrity Ex Amber Rose a ‘Foul Creature’ on Twitter

By Maggie Manfredi

The hits just keep on coming! According to UsMagazine.comcelebrity exes Wiz Khalifa and  Amber Rose are partaking in a pretty heated Twitter battle, and there’s no end in sight. The pair filed for a celebrity divorce back in September, and it has been anything, but smooth since the split. The rapper tweeted out on Feb. 4 saying, “A woman who would do something to a kid to spite that kids father is a foul creature.” These celebrity exes have repeatedly used Twitter to express their celebrity break-up feelings for the world to see.

What are some ways to keep your break-up gossip-free, unlike celebrity exes Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose?

Cupid’s Advice:

“Breaking up is hard to do,” as the song goes. But Cupid has some tips on how to make it easier for yourself with less drama between you and your ex:

1. Avoid social media: Khalifa and Rose definitely didn’t abide by this piece of dating advice, but it’s very important to keep your dirty laundry un-aired. When you’re angry, you will no doubt say some things you’ll later regret, and there’s really no reason to involve the public in your private disputes. Go for a walk or hit the gym if you feel the urge to complain on Twitter.

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2. Consider talking to a third party: A lot of people hear the word “therapist” and think the worst, but it’s not a bad idea to air your grievances to a third party instead of complaining to those around you and stirring up drama. Even if it’s not an official therapist, find someone who doesn’t know your story and has no investment in the outcome of your life.

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3. Take steps to move on: One of the best ways to keep your break-up gossip-free is to move on instead of focusing on your heartbreak. This doesn’t necessarily mean jumping into the dating pool again prematurely, but signing up for a sporting event or book club isn’t a bad idea. Focusing on a new hobby will keep your mind off of the negative things happening in your life.

What are some other ways to keep your break-up gossip-free? Share your thoughts below.