Wiz is impressed with Kid Cudi's work on his new collaborative project with Kanye West.
Though he does not mention Kanye by name in the tweet, Wiz seems ready to put his issues with West behind him. Kanye recently mentioned Wiz in his "Yikes" verse where he rapped, "We could be in North Korea, I could smoke with Wiz Khalifa." When asked by TMZ about the lyrics, Wiz seemed to appreciate the gesture and revealed it was "all love" between himself and West.
The past feud stems from a Twitter clash in 2016. Wiz suggested that the term "WAVES," which Kanye was then planning to use as the title of his album, belonged to Max B. Kanye then escalated things by stating that he "owned" Wiz's child and accused him of stealing his sound from Kid Cudi. Cudi and Wiz appeared to remain on good terms throughout, with Cudi thanking Khalifa for showing support as he got help for his depression.
Kids See Ghosts has been getting positive feedback from fans of both Kanye and Cudi. Despite being only 7 tracks in length, it's expected to move over 100,000 units in its debut week on the charts.
As for Wiz, he's planning to release his long-awaited album Rolling Papers 2 on July 13th. We'll have to wait and see if Cudi or Kanye have any involvement in the project.