Amber Rose has a lot to say about that feud between Kanye West and Taylor Swift.
In a sneak peek clip from Friday's upcoming episode of The Amber Rose Show, the 32-year-old model surprisingly comes to her famous ex's defense.
While addressing the phone conversation between Swift and West over his controversial "Famous" lyrics -- which was released via Kim Kardashian's Snapchat last week -- Rose reveals she can't imagine he'd ever make those "mistakes" again.
"So, I'm not the biggest fan of Kanye, but I will say this. I was next to him at the [2009 MTV] VMAs that year, and I remember the repercussions after that," Rose begins, referencing the unforgettable moment when West, whom she was dating at the time, stole the microphone away from Swift when she was accepting her award for Best Female Video for "You Belong With Me."
As many may recall, the rapper suggested that Beyoncé, who was nominated for "Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It)," should have won the award instead, as she had "one of the best videos of all time."
"I remember Taylor's mother and father coming up to us and saying, 'One day Kanye, you'll have a daughter and somebody is going to do that to you,'" Rose continues. "He was so remorseful. I mean, he really felt so bad, because it wasn't about Taylor. It was about Beyoncé and her video. We all know that Beyoncé should have won that, it's no shame. But yeah, he didn't want to interrupt her moment, it really wasn't about Taylor, he didn't even know who she was at the time."
Rose adds that she was "around to see that" and it was "a very, very hard time" for West, who now shares two children -- North, 3, and Saint, 7 months -- with Kardashian.
"I watched people say that they did not want to work with him anymore because of it," she reveals. "And he really went through a lot of bulls**t, and I know that Kanye would never ever go through that again by not calling Taylor and saying, 'Heads up, I'm about to kind of go write this verse real quick. Just wanted to make sure you're cool with it.' I know that about Kanye."
Despite sticking up for the rapper, Rose says she still wishes he would have been nice enough to give her a call before releasing the official music video for "Famous," which features her likeness (along with Swift, Kardashian, Caitlyn Jenner, Bill Cosby, Ray J, Rihanna, Anna Wintour, Donald Trump and George W. Bush).
"So, I say all of that to say, why didn't I get a phone call for using a naked wax figure in your video Kanye?" she says in conclusion. "I mean, Taylor gets a call but I don't get a call? So, please stay the f**k out of the news so I ain't gotta talk about your a** anymore."
You go, MUVA!
The talk show host wasn't the only one who recently weighed in on the drama, however. On Thursday, Fergie shared her own thoughts on what's really happening behind the scenes between West and Swift.
"Knowing them, it's probably a big master plan," she said during a radio interview on Australia's Kyle and Jackie O Show. "They'll probably all come together at the MTV Awards or something."
But her comment seemed to be a joke, as Kardashian just recently appeared in her "M.I.L.F. $" music video. "Kim's so cool," Fergie admitted. "You've gotta respect her sticking up for her husband."