The mom of two never shies away from parenting on her own terms
Amber Rose doesn't take issue with her kids having "a little caffeine."
During an appearance on the No Jumper Podcast, the model mom, 34, chatted with hosts about behaviors adults engage in that kids know they aren't allowed to. When the subject of drinking coffee came up, Rose said, "I give my kids coffee."
"Slash is 4, and he drinks coffee all the time," confirming he drinks it "every day," and also noting her kids can drink "Coke and root beer."
"Me and my kids sit, and we drink coffee, and we talk," she said confirming they drink out of an adult-sized cup. "It's not a big deal. It's really not."
"My 4-year-old will wake up and be like, 'I want coffee and breakfast,'" she says of son Slash Electric Alexander Edwards, whom she shares with ex Alexander "AE" Edwards. "It's only caffeine. It's a little caffeine. It's not bad for you."
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Elsewhere in the conversation, said that she talks to her kids about everything in ways and times she feels appropriate, using the subject of her OnlyFans as an example.
"He has the Internet, and I got to say he's a really smart, funny kid, so he'll be like, 'Mom, I have an OnlyFans too,'" she said.
"He doesn't," she reassured, "But if Bash was sitting right here, you'd think you're talking to an 18-year-old kid. He cracks jokes because he's just a smart, funny kid."
“He doesn't care. I taught him from a very early age that you cannot tell women what to do with their bodies. That's it. So, if a girl is on OnlyFans and she's making money off her feet pictures or if guys are stupid enough to buy pictures and videos of girls, let the girl make the money.”
"Don't be scared," Rose told Ratajkowski. "These kids, if they don't learn from you, they're going to learn from TikTok and Instagram."
She reminded Ratajkowski, "You're famous. Your son, by the time he's 5, he's going to start Googling you and seeing everything. If you don't have those conversations ... "
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