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Kanye West & Wiz Khalifa Continue Beef as Max B Documentary Shares 'Waves' Release Date

Kanye West at iHeartRadio Music Festival 2015
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Kanye West at iHeartRadio Music Festival 2015 in the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas

Kanye West and Wiz Khalifa are attempting to move forward with their lives after Wednesday's Twitter fiasco (Jan. 27), handling the blowout away from timelines.

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TMZ confronted 'Ye at Los Angeles International Airport where the Chicago rapper repeatedly told the photographer that he's "said all I had to say." In the video, he temporarily lost his cool after being bombarded with Wiz-related questions only to flip the script several moments later and offer a semi-apology. 

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"I didn't mean to talk to you heavy after that," he tells the photog. "Show of respect to you and your family."

Wiz Khalifa took his frustration overseas as he blurted out "Fuck Kanye" during his Argentina concert. 

"N----s wanna talk shit on the Internet, huh, Y'all tell 'em who we is. Y'all tell 'em what we rep," he told the crowd before launching into a performance of "Taylor Gang." 

The Philly MC has kept West's name off of his Twitter feed, focusing on his international tour dates and upcoming project Khalifa. 

In other corners of the Internet, DJ Scoob Doo is capitalizing on the attention surrounding Max B with a new documentary called Waves.

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Currently serving a 75-year sentence from 2009 for his involvement in a botched robbery, the Harlem rep became the center of attention after Wiz's argument against Kanye, claiming that 'Ye bit off Max's "wavy" influence for his new album Waves. 

The Max B doc will also share the same release date as Kanye's seventh studio effort, Feb. 11.