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Kimmel, Kanye make peace after ‘rap feud’

Kimmel, Kanye make peace after ‘rap feud’

PEACE OFFERING: Jimmy Kimmel gave Kanye West a pair of leather jogging pants as a peace offering. Photo: Associated Press

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Jimmy Kimmel gave Kanye West a peace offering last night. It was a pair of leather jogging pants for his new baby with Kim Kardashian.

Kanye had claimed he was the inventor of leather jogging pants, but didn’t get credit for it. West was the only guest on Kimmel’s show.

They both insisted their feud wasn’t a publicity stunt. Things got a little heated between the two recently, after a bit Kimmel had done poking fun at one of Kanye’s interviews.

Kanye also ranted against the Hollywood Walk of Fame organization for denying a star to Kim Kardashian because she’s a reality star. He says people are “so, so dated.”

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