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Wiz Khalifa Accepts Kanye West's Apology, Says He's the 'Bob Marley' of the Feud

by Jackie Willis 9:09 AM PST, February 03, 2016
Playing Wiz Khalifa Accepts Kanye West's Apology, Says He's the 'Bob Marley' of the Feud

Wiz Khalifa has no ill will towards Kanye West after the rapper tweeted that he owned Khalifa and Amber Rose's 2-year-old son Sebastian.

West announced via Twitter on Tuesday that he had apologized to the hip-hop artist. "Me and Wiz spoke yesterday. Great convo. All positive," he wrote.

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During an interview with Angie Martinez on Power 105.1, Khalifa said that the apology was all he needed to put the feud behind him. "Were you surprised by Kanye's reaction that he took it so crazy?" Martinez asked, referring to West's NSFW tweets last week.

"I think everybody was but it's cool," Khalifa explained. "Everything's cool. We spoke, it's all good."

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Prior to his apology, West had tweeted that he would not bring children into his feuds anymore. "God's dream... Never speak on kids again," West wrote on Friday. "All love... all blessings..."

"Did he apologize, cause he went far with the kid thing?" the radio host further inquired.

"Yes, he apologized," he said, adding, "I accept his apology."

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The "See You Again" rapper quipped, "I'm like the Bob Marley of this."

Rose and West's wife, Kim Kardashian, also squashed their beef on Tuesday when they both tweeted out a selfie together. "Tea anyone?" Kardashian captioned the pic.

"[She] and Kim spoke and it's all good," Khalifa said of the women's encounter. "When you really don't want problems, then they don't happen."

What a difference a few days can make!

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