Vibe Magazine is standing behind its Amber Rose cover story, despite the former Ford model and video vixen's rants that the publication printed an "untrue and ridiculous" interview. In a brief but terse statement, Vibe Editor-in-Chief Jermaine Hall stood by the reporting of Tracy Garraud, who wrote the story.

Addressed to the "VIBE reader," Hall's statement reads, "As we're sure you've heard, Amber Rose has expressed some displeasure with VIBE's June/July cover story. VIBE stands by the accuracy and reporting of the narrative. We invite you to form your own opinion, however. The Sexy Issue hits stands nationwide June 7."

Over Memorial Day weekend, Rose expressed her displeasure with the story via a series of tweets, going as far as to say that portions of the story were outright lies. At that time, the story was not yet available online, but AnimalNewYork pointed out a passage from the feature that may have drawn the ire of Kanye West's ex-girlfriend.

One anonymous source quoted Kanye West as telling Wiz Khalifa's current girlfriend to, "Yo get the f--- up out of here!," after she was allegedly acting up during Yeezy's star-studded 'My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy' recording sessions.

The beginning of the story, titled 'Life Doesn't Suck,' is now available online. Vibe's June/July Sexy issue is a double cover, with Rick Ross appearing shirtless on the other version.

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