Wiz joined the Breakfast Club on Friday morning, and though he stayed pretty quiet when asked about 'Ye, he wasn't about to sit there and pretend like everything is totally fine.
"I don't feel like I really went at him," he said of their Twitter feud, which was initially sparked because Kanye thought Wiz was referencing Kim Kardashian in a Tweet that was actually about weed. "That was his bad," Wiz said.
All jokes aside, Kanye threw some major shade at Amber Rose—Wiz's ex who had nothing to do with the feud—and their 3-year-old son, Sebastian. Thus, even though 'Ye attempted to squash the beef by calling Wiz to talk it out, it's not exactly over and done with.
"He apologized," Wiz said. "I wouldn't necessarily say it's squashed though because when you see him talk about it, it doesn't add up to what he said to me on the phone, so I just don't even..." Wiz added, trailing off.
When one of the hosts suggested Wiz doesn't like Kanye, the rapper admitted, "Do I like him? Who would in that situation?"
Meanwhile, Wiz also talked a bit about Amber and her tweets in response to Kanye.
In case you missed it, 'Ye had tweeted that Wiz "let a stripper trap him" and added, "I know you mad every time you look at your child that this girl got you for 18 years."
Amber responded with some pretty NSFW tweets. "Awww @kanyewest are u mad I'm not around to play in ur a--hole anymore? #FingersInTheBootyA--Bitch."
When asked about the tweets, Wiz admitted, "I was crying!"
He continued, "Did I hear that story before?...That's my wife. She tells me everything...Whatever she tells me is in conversation, in the comfort of our own home. I'm not going to tell nobody, she's not going to tell nobody. It's our business."
And that's why Wiz didn't mention the dirty tweets while talking to Kanye on the phone after the feud. "There are certain things you say and certain things you don't' say," Wiz explained. "He's one of them people who's like, 'I just wanna get my point across,' so I'm like that's cool but it's all about how you get your point across. That was more my message."