Recently, Amber Rose told Global Grind that she and rapper Wiz Khalifa plan on getting married one day. The two, who have been together for some time, constantly fawn over each other. Whether they are out and about, at industry events, or on Twitter, Amber and Wiz aren’t hardly shy about expressing their love for each other (which is rare in hip-hop).

When asked if she’d like to marry Wiz one day and make it official, Rose gushed:

“We’re definitely going to get married and have babies. Not right now because we’re still busy and we still want to enjoy each other first. We want to go on vacation, travel and just enjoy each other company, but he’s definitely the one. We’re definitely going to lay it down and get it done.”

Despite what many think, I actually like Wiz and Amber as a couple, and her answer about the things they want to do as a couple before walking down the aisle and having children speaks to a pair that has a good head on their shoulders.

But how about you, Clutchettes and Gents…if you plan on getting married one day, what would you like to accomplish before jumping the broom?


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  • well

    well i want to have a bisexual threesome before i get married… dont wanna do that while im married.. just wouldn’t be right 0_0

  • Yulez

    Very simple question.

    I’d like to achieve happiness and wholeness. Some people get married expecting to achieve those things in marriage, but it’s really something that you should do prior to jumping the broom.

  • Fatimah

    I really want to finish my PhD before I marry the man I am with and love so much.

  • Tif

    I don’t understand the ‘I need to do so and so’ before I get married concept. YOUR marriage should be what YOU make it. If you want spend wild night partying until 3 am, find a spouse that is ok with that. That’s why some people live apart or have open marriages, etc., it’s what works for them.

    • Thanks you! My thoughts exactly! The RIGHT spouse will not stop you from anything.

    • bosslady

      Yes and no, it’s not about the right spouse stopping you it’s about having your priorities in tacked. For example, I love girlie vacations, as a married person I think it’s inappropriate to be doings girls weekenders 6 times a year. Likewise buying 2/3 pairs of Jimmy Choo’s a month (depending on your budget) is not so justifiable if your thinking for two now not one. Of course you and your partner can still have funny and you can continue to grow and enjoy life, but if you are still operating as an “I” as oppose to a “we” your marriage is bound to fail.

  • Isis

    The better question for me is what do I want to do once I get married?? The possibilities are endless. I can’t wait!!