After days of feuding with Iggy Azalea, Snoop Dogg is finally taking the high road.
After a rather brutal war of words, Snoop posted a video on Wednesday saying that after speaking with Iggy's mentor T.I., he's decided that "the war is over." "I apologize," the rapper said. "I won't do it again."
His Instagram video caption reads: "It's over I'm bac on my cool sh** no harm no foul. #ifitaintaboutthe much love @troubleman31t respect sorry bout that."
It's over I'm bac on my cool shit no harm no foul. #ifitaintaboutthe💵💵💵much love @troubleman31t respect sorry bout that
The "Fancy" singer accepted Snoop's apology, tweeting: "I appreciate the apology @snoopdogg."
She added: "Let that be that people, time to focus on the positive things I've got going on. no time to dwell on the negative."
Let that be that people, time to focus on the positive things I've got going on. no time to dwell on the negative.— IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) October 15, 2014
The Iggy-Snoop feud had gotten so blown out of proportion that even the Australian rapper's boyfriend and Snoop's daughter were in the mix.
NBA pro Nick Young tweeted in defense of his girl, writing: "Ain't nobody worried about no Snoop Lion. This dude Just goin thru a midlife Crisis you Go get convertible yet . OG's out here losin'."
Snoop's daughter Cori Broadus wasn't too thrilled with the spat either, tweeting: "Damn my dad is playing IGGY."
Prior to his apology, the 42-year-old music icon had already posted an Instagram pic of James Franco with the message: "Can't we all just get along?"
The caption read: "New day let's move on! Before I go bac n2 my old ways Peace love n tranquility!!"
New day let's move on! Before I go bac n2 my old ways Peace love n tranquility !!