Although there seemed to be a mutual distaste between these guys after Kanye totally dissed Justin's hit "Suit and Tie," Justin is going on the record to make it clear that he has no hard feelings towards the rapper, even if his performance on Saturday Night Live may have indicated otherwise.
Let's go over the background again: a few weeks ago, Kanye made a very public diss at his concert in London when he said, "I got love for Hov, but I ain't f---ing with that "Suit and Tie!"" Well, Justin caught wind of the comments, and while performing the song on SNL this weekend, he changed one of the lyrics to, "My hit's so sick, got rappers acting dramatic," in what seemed like a clear dig at Kanye.
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Luckily, Justin sat down with Jimmy Fallon on Monday and the lyric change was brought into question. "Did it seem that way?" Justin smirked, when asked if he changed the words on purpose. "I don't remember that! Did I change a line...? It is live. You know, really, everyone, keep calm."
Oh, JT, so coy. However, he did go on to add, "For the record, I absolutely love Kanye. So there's that. We love Kanye, right?" So, it looks like Justin's lyric change on SNL was all in good fun -- isn't that what the show is about, anyway?
The end of this "feud" is good news for Jay-Z, who releaed a collaborative album with Kanye in 2011 and will now be hitting the road with Justin this summer on a highly-anticipated tour.
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