"I accept his apology," Khalifa said following the social media squabble

By Jeff Nelson
February 03, 2016 12:30 PM
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brightcove.createExperiences(); Kanye West and Wiz Khalifa have put their social media squabble behind them.

“I would never go out of my way to disrespect anybody,” Khalifa said Wednesday on DJ Whoo Kid’s Whooly-wood Shuffle on SiriusXM.

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Last week, the rapper Tweeted a seemingly innocent post about marijuana, using one of its street-names, “kk,” which West saw and misconstrued as a disrespectful Tweet about his wife, Kim Kardashian West. Seemingly enraged, West went on a long-winded rant on the site, throwing insults at Khalifa, even mentioning his ex-wife (Amber Rose, whom West once dated) and their son, Sebastian, who turns 3 this month.

“I think everybody was [surprised by Kanye’s reaction], but it’s cool. Everything’s cool. We spoke; it’s all good,” Khalifa said Tuesday on New York’s Power 105.1. “He apologized, and I accept his apology.”

West, 38, and Khalifa, 28, weren’t the only ones to make amends following the Twitter spat. Kardashian, 35, and Rose, 32, shared a new selfie of the two of them on Tuesday.

Amber Rose (left) and Kim Kardashian West
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“Her and Kim spoke, and they’re all good, too,” Khalifa said on Power 105.1, adding that he and his ex are in a good place co-parenting their son: “I love Amber. That’s the mother of my kid. We’re best friends, and we work together, and that’s a solid relationship.”

Despite the online kerfuffle, it’s “all good,” as West Tweeted Tuesday.

“When you really don’t want problems, then they don’t happen,” Khalifa added on on 105.1