Although Wiz Khalifa settled his feud Kanye West, he may still feel a little salty about how it all went down. In an interview with GQ magazine, Wizzy reflected on the Twitter beef, which started over West co-opting the "Waves" title from Max B (Waves was a working title for the album that would be released as The Life of Pablo.)

In the article, Khalifa was asked if he regretted beefing with West -- who disrespected his son and ex-wife, Amber Rose. “Why would I?” he asks, "It’s done and over with, so it don’t even matter.”

The two men reconciled and West did go on Twitter to apologize for dragging his kid into their argument.

Khalifa said that he kept his conversation short and sweet with the Chicago rapper. "I keep s--- brief. But for him, it’s no animosity, so it ain’t even no thing.”

Khalifa added that West apologized to him, but when he was asked if he returned an apology, he replied: “I have nothing to apologize for.”

But Khalifa has apparently brushed off the feud and doesn't care if their infamous Twitter battle is now part of social media folklore.

“It don’t matter," he said. “When s--- don’t matter, it don’t faze you.”

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