Kanye West Says He Has 'All Positive Vibes' About Taylor Swift: People Don't Care About Us

'There's people going through real issues out here.'

Kanye West
seems to be trying to put the Taylor Swift drama behind him.

When asked about his feud with the singer at Los Angeles International Airport on Wednesday, the Life of Pablo rapper responded that he has "no" words, and "all positive vibes" for Taylor.

"It's like I want the best for [her], but there's people going through real issues out here," Kanye explained. "I don't think people care about me or her in that way."

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"If you like my music, listen to it," he added. "If you like her music, listen to it."

The positive attitude matches Kanye's recent outlook on Twitter, after he tweeted that his "ego" has been his "number one enemy" this week.

On Thursday, the 38-year-old songwriter tweeted love to Drake for his assistance on his newest album, writing, "I wanna thank my brother Drizzy for helping me on 30 Hours & Father Stretch My Hands."

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Teasing new collaborations to come, Kanye added, "Drake would come by and just help, no strings. Future also came by to write. We all got new s**t together that's gonna drop soon."

Can't wait to hear that!

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Kanye's positivity comes after the rapper was unknowingly recorded backstage during his Saturday Night Live performance.

In the leaked recording, which a source close to Kanye tells ET was not directed at SNL staff, but rather him simply "venting his frustration in a private moment with his team," the rapper can be heard calling Taylor a "fake a**," and expressing dismay over apparent last-minute set changes.

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"He had spent an entire day rehearsing and a lot of hard work into the performance," the source added. "Dramatic set changes were made 30 minutes before going live."

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