Khalifa confirms West's claims that he apologized after their Twitter argument.

By Dana Rose Falcone
February 03, 2016 at 05:48 PM EST
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It seems the biggest Twitter beef of 2016 (so far) has officially been put to rest. Kanye West said Tuesday that he and Wiz Khalifa spoke and made up after last week’s spat, and Khalifa confirmed the news in radio interviews Wednesday.

“We spoke it’s all … he apologized,” Khalifa tells Powerhouse 105.1.

The Pittsburgh-based rapper expanded on SiriusXM’s Shade 45 that he did not initiate the call to West. “It was weak,” Khalifa told DJ Whoo Kid. “I would never go out of my way to disrespect anyone.”

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West tweeted Tuesday that he and Khalifa spoke earlier in the week and had a “great convo.” “All positive,” Yeezy added, always trying to promote good vibes.

No word on whether or not the two discussed Wiz’s cool pants.

Hear what else Khalifa told SiriusXM about the feud, here.

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