Congratulations are in order for Amber Rose, who just gave birth to her second child — and his name is fit for a “rockstar.”

The model and boyfriend Alexander Edwards shared the news on social media. The pair have named the baby boy Slash Electric Alexander Edwards, the rapper announced on Instagram Friday.

 
 
 
 
 
 

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“Slash Electric Alexander Edwards.. the world is urs now. thank u @amberrose for loving me so much that u put ur body thru it 2 bring my sun in2 the world. I could never be as strong as u. Slash a rockstar,” Edwards captioned the picture of him kissing the child.

The 35-year-old actress’ first child is 6-year-old Sebastian Taylor Thomaz, whose father is Wiz Khalifa. Rose informed the world of her second pregnancy in April on Instagram. "[Alexander] and I are SUPER excited to announce that we have a sweet little baby boy on the way!" the model wrote. "P.S Sebastian is soooooo happy to be a big brother!"

Rose previously said she had been taking steps to cut off all of her fairweather friends that disappeared during her pregnancy. "Funny how my phone blows up when I'm having pool parties and shit is lit," she wrote on her Instagram Stories in April. "But as soon as bitch is sick and pregnant it's crickets. No 'just checking on you' text or nothing, shit's wild. But when I pop out this beautiful strong baby boy don't try to be my friend again. Deadass."

The negativity in her life led to Rose deciding to cancel her annual Slutwalk back in August. "I’m so happy God has blessed me with a New Baby and an Amazing Man to help me through all the turmoil. That’s why I’ve been laying so low during this pregnancy," Rose wrote in a now-deleted Instagram post. "No Toxicity will be tolerated over here only Positive vibes. Fuck fake friends and their weirdo shit. I’d rather just have my family and my team."

"This is also why I’m not having my Slutwalk this year.... Sorry I just have to protect my energy and peace," she said.

She has been dating Edwards, a Def Jam Records executive, since October 2018, Page Six first reported.