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It sounds like Wiz Khalifa has put all the Kanye West-Twitter beef behind him and he may not be opposed to collaborating in the future.

During an interview at V-103 Atlanta, Khalifa was asked point blank what he thought of receiving a shout out on Kanye's track "Yikes" off of Ye. Wiz, a man of few words when he's not making music, simply said, "It was cool. He was talking about smoking pot."

In "Yikes," Kanye raps, "I still bring the bad bitches in the city out/Uh, just a different type of leader/We could be in North Korea, I could smoke with Wiz Khalifa, uh."

As far as the two-year-old Twitter feud between the two rappers, Khalifa confirmed that they may not talk at all now but, "There was no beef. It was just him going crazy. Him being him." 

But would Wiz really ever want to collaborate with Ye? The rapper gave a somewhat lukewarm response. "I don't know. I don't like to base my opinion of people off other people's opinion" he said. Wiz then added, "I love his beats. Yup, I love his beats."

Back in 2016, Kanye freaked out after Wiz presumably took a shot at Kim Kardashian by tweeting, "Hit this kk and become yourself."

In return, Kanye said Wiz got himself stuck with a stripper when he had a child with Amber Rose, among a host of other things.

Wiz later clarified that KK was actually a strain of weed. 

KK is weed fool. Reason's why your not wavy. Go bacc to Swish.

— Wiz Khalifa (@wizkhalifa) January 27, 2016

Just last week, TMZ  caught up with Wiz and he said he loved the shoutout he received in "Yikes" and he would even give Kanye some KK (Khalifa Kush).

All in all, it's probably unlikely we'll be getting a joint record from the two, but hey, you never know. 

Wiz's Rolling Papers 2 project will be out on July 13.