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Kanye West, Amber Rose

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Some things are better left unsaid.

When Kanye West and Wiz Khalifa got into a Twitter dispute Wednesday, the rappers' mutual ex, Amber Rose, got caught in the crosshairs. Rose, never one to keep quiet, responded in kind by tweeting about West's alleged conduct in the bedroom. "Awww @kanyewest are u mad I'm not around to play in ur a--hole anymore?" she wrote, adding, "#FingersInTheBootyAssBitch." After West deleted his tweets "cause it's all about positive energy," Rose continued to call him out via Twitter. "Lol @kanyewest Now u wanna delete ur tweets cuz Muva has arrived?" the 32-year-old and author model tweeted. "#TwitterFingers #UrGettingBodiedByAStripperNi--a."

West waited 34 hours to respond to Rose's claims.

"Exes can be mad but just know I never let them play with my ass... I don't do that... I stay away from that area all together," he tweeted early Friday, adding, "I'm not into that kind of s--t... I like pictures and videos Me and my wife got the kind of love that can turn exes into best friends."

Rose has yet to comment on West's rebuttal.

She has, however, explained why she spoke out against West in the first place. While taping Theo Von and Matt Cole Weiss' "Allegedly" podcast Thursday, she called West a "f--king clown" for going on a Twitter tirade Wednesday and mentioning her nearly 3-year-old son, Sebastian Thomaz, as he was dissing Khalifa. "I would never talk about kids in an argument," she said of daughter North West, 2, and son Saint West, 7 weeks. "It just shows the type of person he is."

Rose, who dated West from 2008 to 2010, added, "Don't talk about my kid. Don't talk about my baby. I wouldn't have said anything if it was just between him and Wiz." The single mom added that she cannot fathom why West would publicly comment on her family. "You took me around the world," she said. "We dated for like two years. You're talking s--t about Wiz and my baby?"

Presciently, Rose wrote an op-ed for TIME, published Thursday, titled "How I Learned to Stop Caring What People Think." In it, she wrote, "What I've realized is that, when you care too much, you're not living at your full potential. When you really stop caring about what people say, that's when you really start living. It's such an amazing feeling. It's about loving who you are, owning who you are and knowing that it's OK to live your life how you want to live it."