Kanye West and Wiz Khalifa have decided to act like grown adults and put their differences aside after their Twitter feud.
Shortly after Kim Kardashian and Amber Rose buried the hatchet, on early Tuesday (Feb. 2), Kanye West revealed on Twitter that he finally made peace with Wiz Khalifa following their iconic Twitter feud that took social media by storm last week.
“Me and Wiz spoke yesterday,” West tweeted to his 18 million followers. “Great convo. All positive.”
Me and Wiz spoke yesterday. Great convo. All positive.
— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) February 2, 2016
According to Us Weekly, it’s unclear whether it was Kanye or Wiz who made the first call. It’s clear that Wiz was the one who started their Twitter feud last week. The rapper was upset when he heard that Ye changed his album title from Swish to Waves, and said it was disrespectful to Waves genre creator Max B.
Then Khalifa made a reference to “KK,” which West thought was his wife’s initials. West then wrote a series of tweets that slammed his ex-girlfriend Amber Rose, who is also Khalifa’s ex-wife, and her 2-year-old son, Sebastian.
Amber Rose caught wind of the feud, and had an epic response of her own, claiming that he enjoyed butt play – which Kanye West has since denied.
On late Monday night, Kim Kardashian and Amber Rose ended their feud in private. Not only did they take a selfie together as proof, but they also held a secret meeting at Kris Jenner’s house, which involved a “long conversation.”
According to TMZ’s sources, it was Kim who reached out to Amber on Monday afternoon and invited her over later that evening. Amber accepted her invite, and the two supposedly had a teary-eyed conversation that ended with a glamorous selfie that made fans confused.
“Amber and Kim’s make-up session was like a funeral; there were a lot of tears, tissues, and lots of reapplying make-up. Kim lead the conversation, asking Amber to forgive her and her family for viciously attacking her over the years, and told Amber just how awful Kanye felt about dragging her son into their latest Twitter war. Kim was the first to offer peace and Amber was stunned. On the spot, Amber took her sunglasses off and started tearing up. She thanked Kim for apologizing, for offering the olive branch, and they shared a warm hug.”
An addition source told the Hollywood Life that Kanye West was the reason why Rose and Kardashian were willing to make up so fast. The rapper is so desperate to have his wife smooth things over with his ex-girlfriend because he believes she’s getting in the way of his presidential aspirations. Apparently, West is serious about running in the year 2020.
“Amber Rose has tons of Kanye skeletons in her closet, and Kanye and Kim are well aware of how the butt play incident went, so they wanted to control it as soon as possible before anything else came out. Kanye gets it — it’s best to have Amber on his side. He’s serious about [running for president in] 2020 and doesn’t want Amber to derail that in any way. So while he may hate this mea culpa, he totally understands why it needs to be done.”
Kanye, if you’re seriously considering running for president, then ranting on Twitter is the first thing you shouldn’t do. Unless you want to become the next Donald Trump. Fans can only imagine what goes on with Kim and Kanye behind closed doors.
Another reason why Rose was willing to end her feud with Kimye was to help boost her brand. She knows that being associated with both West and the Kardashian brand will increase the size of her bank account.
One obvious reason why everyone is smoothing things over with each other is probably because Rob Kardashian is dating Blac Chyna, while Kylie Jenner is still with her boyfriend Tyga. If either of these couples were to break up, it’s like that we’ll have another West/Kardashian/Rose/Khalifa feud again in the future.
No word on when and if Khalifa/Kanye West will also take a selfie together as proof. What are your thoughts on the rappers ending their feud? Are you glad? Or did you want them to continue fighting on social media? Sound off below in the comments section.
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