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Amber Rose grieves the end of her marriage with a stream of sad tweets

Since filing for divorce from her husband, Wiz Khalifa, Amber Rose has been trying to put on a brave face, but it looks as though the cracks in her armor are finally starting to show.

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The beauty took to Twitter on Monday, Oct. 6 to share two particularly heartbreaking tweets about the pain that she is going through, just two weeks after announcing her split from Khalifa.

It is this rare show of vulnerability that has endeared us to Rose, but it’s also broken our hearts, because anyone who has ever loved and lost can connect with her pain. And Rose certainly loved; just one look at her previous Instagram posts and it’s evident that her husband was her everything.

Her Instagram account is sprinkled with beautiful pictures of the once-happy couple and emotional tributes, such as “I knew as soon as I met u, u were the one for me sweetheart” and “I’ll love u forever.” We’re tearing up just taking a trip down memory lane with this couple.

Just last April, Rose decided to get decorated with a giant tattoo of Khalifa’s face on her arm — and if that’s not dedication and proof of her love, then we’re not sure what is.

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To make matters worse, it looks as though the model has been betrayed by her former partner, because reports suggest that Khalifa cheated on her with a pair of twins.

According to Us Weekly, a source revealed that the former couple had a tumultuous relationship and often fought, but that is not to say that they didn’t love each other deeply.

“They do love each other,” the source told the publication, “but this is what happens when two young people fall in love and get married and have a baby too quickly.”

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We tend to disagree with that statement, because everyone should take a shot at love and happiness when presented with it. And when it comes down to it, it’s refreshing to think about how much we, as a species riddled with flaws, are actually able to love and, in turn, hurt.

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