Back in 2016, a misunderstanding on Twitter led to one of the strangest beefs of the last few years between Kanye West and Wiz Khalifa. If you don't necessarily remember what happened, here's a quick rundown. Wiz tweeted about his strain of weed, referring to Khalifa Kush as "KK," which got misconstrued by Ye as he thought he was speaking about his wife, Kim Kardashian. Attacking the "Black & Yellow" rapper by saying he stole Kid Cudi's swag, Kanye still somehow maintained that he believes Wiz is well-dressed through the hashtag "#Wizwearscoolpants." While their beef has not been documented for a minute, Kanye's "Yikes" lyric about the Pittsburgh star seems to have brought them back to a good place.

In the second track off ye, Kanye raps, "We could be in North Korea, I could smoke with Wiz Khalifa," showing love to his former foe despite their past negativity. Interested in Wiz's response to the line, TMZ caught up with the rapper in Los Angeles to ask if all was well between the two. On the lyric itself, Khalifa was relatively tight-lipped, simply saying, "I love that." When it came to his relationship with Kanye, Wiz noted that "It's all love, champ," ending any animosity that the two may have felt towards the other.

With Kanye focusing on a message of love in recent times, it's no surprise to see him mending relationships that had been broken in the past. Yet another beef squashed this week. Watch the full video below.