The 'Black Skinhead' rapper deletes the Twitter messages he posted last week in an angry rant against the talk show host.
Just a couple of days after late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel acknowledged that he found himself in a rap feud with G.O.O.D. Music mogul Kanye West, any trace of their online feud could no longer be seen on Twitter, as West apparently has deleted all his angry tweets against Kimmel. The rap superstar went on a Twitter rant last week after the "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" host spoofed his BBC 1 radio interview.
Aside from the Twitter messages, as Kimmel himself revealed during one of his opening monologues on his show, West had also called him personally to air his disgust over the spoof. Kimmel for his part thought there was no cause for West to raise hell over the spoof since it only made use of a couple of kids playing him and his interviewer saying the same things he said in his actual interview.
Nonetheless, Kimmel won't be too quick to back down on the subject, mocking each of West's angry tweets on his talk show, adding, "Right now we're at DefKanye Five," to the amusement of his viewers. He even sent out his own simple tweet to the "Yeezus" artist, challenging him to a rap battle perhaps in jest in response to West's all caps ballistic attack.
It can't be said just yet if that's West's way of apologizing to Kimmel for his outburst but hopefully it could finally end their online feud.