Kim Kardashian and Amber Rose put Kanye Twitter feud behind them

There are no hard feelings between Kim Kardashian West and Amber Rose it seems - since the pair have reunited for afternoon tea. The meeting comes a week after Amber had a heated argument with former boyfriend Kanye West over Twitter.

It all began when Kanye, who was having an argument via social media with rapper Wiz Khalifa, referenced the child Amber and her former husband Wiz share, 23-month-old Sebastian.

Amber 32, who dated Kanye for two years, was left upset and criticised her ex's choice to bring up her child during the heated exchange of words.

"I would never talk about kids in an argument," she said during an interview on the Allegedly podcast last week. "It just shows the type of person he is. Even him saying stuff about my son, I still didn't say anything about his kids. I'm not going to. This is ridiculous. They're innocent babies. You don't ever, ever talk about a baby, ever," she explained.

Just a few days later, Kanye publicly apologised to Amber, tweeting: "God's dream... Never speak on kids again… all love... all blessings".

And it now seems that all is well, after mother-of-two Kim posted a selfie which showed Amber and her posing for the camera. "Tea anyone?," she cheekily captioned the image, which will no doubt surprise many.

Amber Rose also shared the same snap with her more than 3 million followers but instead captioned it: "Swingers".

Although Kim was not directly involved in the social media feud, her and Amber have had their differences in the past. Back in 2012, Amber told Star magazine that the reality star was one of the main reasons why she and Kanye ended their relationship.

"They were both cheating. They were both cheating on me and Reggie (Bush) with each other," she said, claiming that it was Kim who instigated the affair by sending snaps of herself to Kanye. "She was sending pictures, and I was like, 'Kim, just stop. Don't be that person'." Kim and Kanye have always denied Amber's version.

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