Things got a little too public last week as some dirty business got out on Twitter that nearly (or did) break the Internet.
Kanye West announced a change in his forthcoming album’s title, calling it Waves. Well this didn’t sit too well with Wiz Khalifa, who claimed West was stealing the LP name from revered and imprisoned emcee Max B. ‘Ye responded in a rant that was perceived as a little petty and childish. Oh yeah, and then Amber Rose came out of left field during the back-and-forth of her two former lovers and said Kanye likes fingers up his a**.
Well now the smoke has cleared up a little bit and shortly after Yeezy told his Twitter following he made up with the self-titled Mister Cap, the Pittsburgh native spoke with Hot 97 about the feud and where they’re at now.
"We spoke on the phone," Khalifa said. "Kim and Amber spoke on the phone. It's all good. I don't think that that’s anything that wouldn't happen between anybody else. That could've happened between any person, but the way that we settled it, and the way that we bounced back. That's all that matters." He also responded to the theory that the beef was manufactured since both artists have albums dropping within the next few weeks. "It's the universe,” he explained. “The universe puts a lot of things. It could've went down many different ways. Individually we all have control. When you put certain elements together, you can make something that people see as impossible.”
Since Amber Rose made herself a part of the Twitter feud, Wiz decided to address his current relationship with her and says the two are focused on raising their son Sebastian and have a successful bond in doing so.
Also during the interview, Wiz Khalifa discussed his forthcoming album KHALIFA and says Juicy J, Chevy Woods and Travi$ Scott are all slated to make appearances. Watch the full Hot 97 interview segment below.
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