American rapper Kanye West engaged in an epic Twitter feud with Wiz Khalifa on Wednesday, after he mistook a “KK” reference made by Khalifa to be about his wife, Kim Kardashian.
Khalifa, however, ignited the feud first on Tuesday, after questioning the updated title of West’s eighth studio album, Waves (formerly known as Swish).
Khalifa called out new title of West’s highly anticipated record, and insinuated that it was disrespectful to Max B, who made the Waves movement popular more than 10 years ago.
The “KK” that Khalifa originally tweeted about actually stood for Khalifa Kush, a strain of cannabis, but West raged on anyway in a series of now-deleted tweets.
In one of the array of bitter messages Kanye sent Wiz, he said that he sired Khalifa and Amber Rose’s two-year-old son, Sebastian.
Rose and West memorably dated from 2008 to 2010, though their relationship didn’t exactly end in good terms.
TMZ caught up with Kanye West Wednesday evening and asked him about his Twitter beef with Wiz Khalifa.
The correspondent asked West whether “he went a little bit hard on Wiz this morning.”
“I said what I had to say,” Yeezy replied. “I said what I had to say. I ain’t saying nothing else. I told you I said all I had to say. Don’t ask me no more questions about it.”
But before the conversation ended, West asked the correspondent his name and said, “Charlie, man. Good meeting you. I didn’t mean to talk to you heavy. A show of respect to you and your family—to all y’all.”