"Me and Wiz spoke yesterday," the rapper explained on Tuesday

By Nick Maslow
Updated February 02, 2016 04:15 PM
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brightcove.createExperiences(); The Twitter feud of Twitter feuds is over.

Kanye West signaled his peaceful resolution with Wiz Khalifa in just 55 characters on Tuesday, one week after a lengthy war of words between the rappers erupted on Twitter.

“Me and Wiz spoke yesterday,” West, 38, wrote of his chat with Khalifa, 28.

He continued: “Great convo. All positive.”

While West and Khalifa chatted, the ladies brought into the disagreement – West’s wife Kim Kardashian West and West and Khalifa’s mutual ex Amber Rose – found a different way of coming to good terms.

“Tea anyone?” Kardashian West, 35, captioned a photo of the surprising duo posted to Instagram on Tuesday.

The squabble started on Tuesday after Khalifa criticized the title of West’s new album Waves, originally named Swish. West didn’t respond until he thought one of Khalifa’s tweets – “Hit this kk and become yourself” – was about Kardashian. Khalifa later explained that he was referring to marijuana, but the clarification came after West shared a series of insults aimed at Khalifa.

West went on to diss Rose (“You let a stripper trap you,” he told Khalifa) and the former couple’s 2½-year-old son Sebastian (“You wouldn’t have a child if it wasn’t for me,” and “You own waves???? I own your child!!!!”).

Rose didn’t back down, tweeting about West’s sexual preferences. He later claimed there was no truth to Rose’s allegation, tweeting, “Exes can be mad but just know I never let them play with my ass. I don’t do that… I stay away from that area all together.”

Rose spoke out again on the Allegedly podcast, criticizing West for mentioning her son. “I would never talk about kids in an argument,” she said. “It just shows the type of person he is. Even him saying stuff about my son, I still didn’t say anything about his kids. I’m not going to. This is ridiculous. They’re innocent babies. You don’t ever, ever talk about a baby, ever.”

West eventually agreed with one of Rose’s points. On Monday, he tweeted, “God’s dream… Never speak on kids again… all love … all blessings…”

Now, it seems, all the back and forth is water under the bridge.