Kanye West Apologizes For Bringing Wiz Khalifa & Amber Rose's Son Into Twitter Squabble
Kanye West has realized the negative outcome of the recent comments he made publicly earlier this week.
Kanye West has realized the negative outcome of the recent comments he made publicly earlier this week. After engaging in a lengthy Twitter squabble with Wiz Khalifa, the Chi-town native, now regretfully, brought Khalifa and Amber Rose's 2-year-old son, Sebastian, into the heated mix.
With now-deleted tweets that read "I know you mad every time you look at your child that this girl got you for 18 years," and "You wouldn't have a child if it wasn't for me," spectators agreed that Ye crossed the line. Since then, Khalifa has heatedly mentioned West during his concerts in South America, and Rose also shared her thoughts on West's statements.
“Listen, don’t talk about my kid. That’s all I got to say. Don’t talk about my baby," she said. "I wouldn’t have said anything if it was just between him and Wiz. That’s two grown men hashing it out. I would’ve kept it cute and just minded my business. You don’t bring in my baby. That’s so corny. That’s the second time you did it this week.”
Now, the Waves rapper regrets involving Khalifa and Rose's son in the matter, writing on Twitter, "God's dream... Never speak on kids again... all love ... all blessings..."
It seems as if West is looking to shift the attention back to his music, especially after a photo surfaced of him in the studio with Kirk Franklin, Andre 3000, French Montana, and Diddy. His seventh studio album is slated for release on Feb. 11.