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Amber Rose’s Ex-Husband Wants Her Back After Cheating Accusations

Alexander ‘AE’ Edwards delivered a public plea to get his family back together.

Amber Rose’s ex-husband, Alexander ‘AE’ Edwards, has taken to Instagram to publicly ask for forgiveness and express regrets after Rose accused him of cheating on her with 12 women.

According to RadarOnline, Edwards, 33, issued the public apology on his IG story,  on Saturday (Nov. 27), begging for Rose’s return to his life.

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“I want to sincerely apologize to my beautiful wife @amberrose,” the music exec began his apology with. “You didn’t deserve what I did to you. I’m sorry for the pain I caused you, my son Slash and my stepson Sebastian. All I want is my family back, and I’m willing to do anything to make things right. Please forgive me.”

It was back in August when it was reported that Rose, 38, had broken up with Edwards over a cheating scandal. “I’m tired of getting cheated on and being embarrassed behind the scenes,” she wrote on her Instagram story. “All 12 of ya’ll bums (the ones that I know of there’s probably more) can have him. I saw all the texts and DMs. Ya’ll were all aware but ya’ll don’t owe me loyalty so it’s whatever.”

During his interview with Big Von, Edwards did not deny the allegations, claiming his “nature” for the blame of it all. “I know that I could stop,” he said. “I could give her a good, solid six months and just really like, deprive myself of my true nature for as long as I can take it, but I don’t want to live like that.”

Following August’s cheating allegations, the two reconciled, as they were spotted spending time in the park with their son, Slash. Despite being reunited at the time, it appears things have traveled back down south.

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