Jimmy Kimmel's rap feud with Kanye West is officially over.
The two made up on last night's "Jimmy Kimmel Live!", after the rapper went off on the late night host in a crazy Twitter rant for making fun of him in a sketch late last month.
And right out the gate, Kanye wanted to make sure everyone knew that this was not just a publicity stunt.
"Everyone out there needs to know that I've never done a publicity stunt in my life," he said during the serious sit-down. "Anytime I went up and spoke my mind whether I thought it put my career in jeopardy or whatever, it was always what I thought was the truth. I don't follow the rules of like normal celebrity or whatever their publicists tell them to say. I don't do publicity stunts, period."
The entire episode was dedicated to Kanye, where even he admitted their Twitter feud was a little immature.
"At a certain point, egos can flare up. We kind of just took it back to high school for a little bit," he said.
Kimmel said the whole thing confused him so much because he's usually a West supporter to his friends and family -- and even showed a photo of Kanye hanging out with his father.
"I don't know if you know this, a lot of people think you're a jerk and I often say 'I know this guy, he is not a jerk,'" said Jimmy.
After getting the feud stuff out of the way, Kanye went on to rail against the paparazzi and talk A LOT about the fashion industry. It was definitely an interesting chat -- check out the entire interview below.
When he was done with his epic rant, Kanye, Kim Kardashian and their daughter North West were spotted going out to dinner at Hakkasan in Beverly Hills -- where the new mom was seen sporting a black jacket, blue dress and brown boots.
Unfortunately, we didn't get another look at Nori, as they kept her covered up in her stroller.
It's clear Kim was happy with Kanye's interview though -- as she tweeted after:
This Jimmy Kimmel interview is the truth!— Kim Kardashian (@KimKardashian) October 10, 2013
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