Wiz Khalifa says he'll send some weed to hospital for Kanye West

There’s no love lost between Kanye West and Wiz Khalifa, what with Kanye claiming to “own” Wiz and Amber Rose’s baby, but the hatchet appeared to be buried back when Ye apologised for those comments.

Speaking to TMZ though, rapper Wiz was asked his thoughts on Kanye’s current stay at the UCLA Medical Centre where he’s recovering from a breakdown – and it’s hard to tell whether his comments were meant how they came across.

“He needs to smoke some weed,” Wiz said. “Smoke some KK, make your day day all better. I’ma send him some to the mental institution.”

KK or Khalifa Kush, the Philadelphia rapper’s specially cultivated own brand of weed, led to a lot of the drama that flared up between the two artists on Twitter earlier this year.

Kanye seemed to think a tweet mentioning KK was about his wife, Kim Kardashian, leading Kanye to say in since deleted tweets “You wouldn’t have a child if it wasn’t for me” and “You own waves???? I own your child!!!!”

“It’s all good, we talked on the phone, man to man, and it’s straight,” Wiz told Ebro on Beats 1 after the drama had subsided.

It remains to be seen whether things will stay that way between the pair when Kanye is released.

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