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Wiz Khalifa, Kanye West

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Wiz Khalifa and Kanye West had some serious Twitter beef recently, but as we know now, all of that has been resolved.

On Tuesday afternoon, Yeezus let his fans know about a little chat he had with his former enemy following their 140-character battle on the web, and it revealed that the two rappers decided to squash whatever feud they started brewing up.

"Me and Wiz spoke yesterday," he shared on social media. "Great convo. All positive." WHAT ELSE, KANYE?! Yeah, he seriously just left it at that, and sure, maybe we don't deserve to know specifics, but you know everyone was wondering what happened.

Luckily, Wiz opened up a little more about what went down with 'Ye during an interview with Angie Martinez for Power 105.1 earlier today.

"So were you surprised by Kanye's reaction that he took it so crazy?" Martinez asked the 28-year-old.

"I think everybody was but it's cool, everything's cool, we spoke it's all good," Wiz explained, which prompted the radio host to ask if Kanye apologized for what he said "cause he went far with the kid thing."

Khalifa reassured everyone that West did, in fact, apologize for what he said, and added, "I accept his apology."

Speaking of making amends, Khalifa's ex-wife Amber Rose also met up with Kim Kardashian to clear the air and whatever tension there was between them today, as well. And the twosome made sure to ruffle the Internet's feathers by posting a selfie together.

"Her and Kim spoke and they're all good, too," Khalifa told Martinez. "They spoke and it's all good."

When Angie stated what most of us are thinking, which is, "That's kind of amazing, Wiz," the rapper responded with the perfect answer—"I'm like the Bob Marley of this."

LOL. Too accurate.

Sebastian Taylor Thomaz, Wiz Khalifa, 2015 Teen Choice Awards

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Similarly, when it comes to co-parenting his 2-year-old son Sebastian with his ex-wife Rose, it's all good. 

"I love Amber," he told Angie. "We're best friends and we work together and that's a solid relationship."

As a new dad, Khalifa has a particular outlook on his own behavior going forward. 

"I know how I want to teach my son," he said. "I'm not going to act a fool because he's going to see that."

He's also keeping a cool head about the fact that his hit Golden Globe-nominated song "See You Again" was surprisingly not nominated for an Oscar this year. When Angie asked him if he felt "robbed," he just said "Nah."

"I'm still black...they ain't not going to let us forget that," he said. "I thought it was going to be nominated. You know it's my first time around...I'll be back."

He is coming back—with a brand new sixth studio album, Khalifa, dropping Friday. "It's something that I know when people listen to it, they'll be satisfied."