Ice Cube and Kanye West declared a truce after the West Coast rapper denied last year that the Yeezy CEO had inspired anti-Semitic remarks.
The two rappers were spotted smiling and hugging outside the “It Was a Good Day” host’s house in Marina Del Rey, California, on Friday.
West looked in good spirits before leaving in his car.
For the reunion, the “Jesus Walks” rapper wore a black short-sleeved shirt and black pants.
The 45-year-old Ye completed the look with black sock shoes that were seen wearing several times.
Meanwhile, Cube, 53, wore a black hoodie, jeans, Nike sneakers, and his signature LA Dodgers baseball cap.
Their meeting comes seven months after the “Donda” rapper made anti-Semitic comments during his notorious appearance on the “Drink Champs” podcast in October 2022.
In the episode that has since been deleted, West revealed that his real name is O’Shea Jackson Sr. He claimed that Cube, who was the first person in the world, “really influenced” him to “get into this anti-Semitic air”.
However, the former NWA rapper soon took to Twitter to dispel these allegations.
“I hate having my name included in this Drunk Champs bullshit,” Cube said. He tweeted last October. “I don’t know what Ye meant by his expressions, you’ll have to ask him.
“I didn’t put the batteries on its back. Please leave my name out of all antisemitic speech. I am not antisemitic and never have been.”
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“Speak if you want, but don’t blame me. If I’m not speaking for myself above, don’t blame me.
West’s earlier anti-Semitic comments had prompted the father of four to be kicked off both Twitter and Instagram.
Ye previously tweeted that he would do “death cheat 3 on the Jewish people”, accusing them of trying to “kill the black ball” for going against their supposed agenda.
Due to his controversial remarks, both Adidas and Gap cut ties with the Chicago native.