Amber Rose seemingly patched things up with the Kardashian-Jenner family after beefing with them last year, but she still has a lot to say about the famous family. In a new interview to promote her upcoming VH1 late-night talk show, “The Amber Rose Show,” the 32-year-old model dissed Kim Kardashian and her siblings once again.

According to the New York Daily News, Rose insisted she doesn’t “hate” Khloé  Kardashian and wasn’t trying to stir up drama with comments she made last year about the romantic relationship between Kylie Jenner, then 17, and rapper Tyga, who’s eight years older. “Being a dancer and dealing with older men gave me the humility and knowledge to speak on such a subject,” Rose explained.

“But let’s face it," she added, "The only reason these girls have a career is because their older sister had a little fun on tape.” Rose was obviously referring to Kim’s 2007 sex tape with ex-boyfriend Ray J. Kim is now married to Rose's ex Kanye West.  The outlet reported that Rose also shot down having the Kardashian-Jenner family or her exes West and Wiz Khalifa on her talk show as guests. “We are not going there,” she said.

As previously reported, Rose had an all-out war of words with the reality TV family in February of last year after she criticized Kylie and Tyga’s relationship. Rose thought it was inappropriate, and Khloé  quickly came to her sister’s defense, reminding Rose — and everyone reading her tweets — that Rose used to be a stripper. Things quickly escalated between the two ladies, and Rose eventually dragged Kim into the drama by making jabs about her X-rated video.

However, it seemed like Rose and Kim had patched things up when they both took to their Instagram accounts to share a picture of them hanging out together. According to E! Online, Kim had “called Amber directly” to squash their feud. In March, Rose even defended Kim after she was criticized for posting yet another nude photo and invited the mom of two to speak at her 2016 SlutWalk.

“@KimKardashian I don’t know u well but I saw u speak about slut shaming and as u know I'm an activist feminist so it spoke to me.  Being slut shamed and ridiculed is not fun it's hurtful and mean. Us women deal with it everyday and I'm happy u can speak openly on this now because if anyone knows what it's like to be Slut Shamed it's u! … Last year at my Slutwalk I told my Slut shaming story. This year I would love for u to come and tell urs. This is an open invite from me to u and ur sisters are welcomed too,” she wrote. “Let's let the naysayers know u are so much more then a sex tape (13 years ago) f--- it own it. Ur a mom and a business woman, a wife, sister and daughter. Hope we can make this happen.”