Amber Rose, Kim Kardashian together after Kanye Twitter war

Amber Rose, Kim Kardashian together after Kanye Twitter war

Amber, 32, who dated Kanye for two years, was left upset and criticised her ex's judgment in bringing up her child during the heated exchange of words.

Kim Kardashian, West's wife and mother of his two children, posed for a selfie with Rose, suggesting they've moved on from the embarrassing Twitter feud. "Tea anyone?", she cheekily captioned the image, which will no doubt surprise many.

Whatever insight you glean from the content war's conclusion (or temporary ceasefire) you have to hand it to Kim and Amber-they look great.

"We spoke. It's all good", Wiz Khalifa told Martinez.

Boy this fight between Kanye West and Wiz Khalifa has just went into overdrive as after Kanye dissed Wiz on Twitter he fired back in a big way.

To make the peaceful reunion official, Kardashian tweeted a picture online of her and Amber Rose, with her social media handle @KimKardashian.

Meanwhile, TMZ reports that Amber and Blac Chyna have also made up, after Chyna didn't show up to her "Slut Walk", opting to hang with Future instead.

After then awkwardly letting off some steam in an epic 17 point rant, Kanye has now tweeted a week on from the incident saying, "Me and Wiz spoke yesterday".

"Yes, he apologized, and I accept his apology", Khalifa, 28, added.

The whole beef started after West announced he would be changing his upcoming album's name from Swish to Waves and Khalifa took to Twitter to criticize the name. Kanye first lashed out at Wiz on Wednesday after seeing the rapper use "kk" in a tweet.

According to the insider, it was Kris who advised Kim to settle things with Amber. In a recent interview with Bootleg Kev, Wiz explained how it is that he's able to maintain such a friendly relationship with his ex-wife.

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