Now that Kanye West and Wiz Khalifa have squashed their Twitter beef, fans and critics have been curious about what Max B really thinks about it all.
The incarcerated rapper, who’s currently serving a 75-year sentence in a New Jersey state prison, felt it was necessary to clear up every misconception about the situation. He called into Power 105 this morning and told The Breakfast Club how he really feels.
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“It’s love. I appreciate it. I’m flattered that dudes are even acknowledging the situation,” Max said in regards to Kanye’s new album title. “Everybody know I’m an innovator. I come up with these words and these slogans and these catchphrases. It’s all good when the people follow suit. I like Kanye.”
Even though he doesn’t have any kind of relationship with ‘Ye, the Harlem rapper who coined terms like “wavy” and “wave” says Kanye was genuinely inspired — and has no issues with him changing the album title. And don’t worry about Wiz, the wavy king also said that he’s “good people.”
Later on, Max kills the hype for his rumored “documentary” after he confirmed that the trailer that surfaced online is not authorized.
Listen to the brief conversation below.