Sometimes a song is all it takes to mend a bitter custody battle, and that seems to be this case for Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose.

According to TMZ, the former couple have agreed to co-parent their 2-year-old son Sebastian and put an end to their fighting. The two reportedly made this agreement after Rose heard the rapper's song "See You Again," off the Furious 7 soundtrack.

Apparently, there was something in these few lines that made the model and actress' heart soften. "How could we not talk about family when family's all that we got? / Everything I went through you were standing there by my side / And now you gonna be with me for the last ride," spits Wiz.

Based on the report, the MC contacted his estranged wife and asked her to listen to the song. She did, cried a few tears and the two talked things out.

The former couple's waving of the white flag is in stark contrast to where things last month. In February, the Blacc Hollywood creator accused his ex of being an unfit parent. He even exposed photos of her home and said it was too messy for a child to live in. Amber then accused Wiz of being overly concerned with partying -- perhaps that's why she wouldn't let their son spend his birthday with his dad.

Hopefully, their truce won't be temporary and they can find some way to get along for the sake of their son.

At this time, neither has said anything on social media about their conversation or their plans to bury the hatchet, which is probably the best thing to do since that's where a lot of their problems started in the first place. We'll see how this all plays out in the weeks and months to come.

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