Nope, at least not according to Timberlake. "You know, really, everyone, keep calm," the singer told the audience during Monday night's "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon."
Timberlake was referring to his performance of "Suit and Tie" on "Saturday Night Live."
During the song, the newlywed singer changed the lyrics from "aww, s--t so sick, got a hit and picked up a habit" to "my hit's so sick, got rappers acting dramatic."
Most assume he's referring to West. Kim Kardashian's baby daddy dissed the song during a February performance in London, saying
"I got love for Hov, but I ain't f**king with that 'Suit & Tie.'"
So, should we expect diss tracks from both sides in the future? No - at least not from Timberlake.
"Let me just, for the record, " Timberlake added to Fallon. "I absolutely love Kanye. So there's that."
What a lame feud. Admit it: You love a good celebrity feud just as much as we do. Luckily, we have plenty of other feuds around to get our fix.
Kelly Roland Vs. Keyshia Cole
Keyshia Cole was one of the millions of people that tuned in to see Beyonce reunite with her Destiny's Child partners during the Super Bowl halftime performance. The rapper couldn't help but comment on Michelle Williams' performance.
"I think I was frightened to blink for a sec. Then Michelle sung and woke my a** up from my daze! She always f**kN the groove up (sic)," Cole tweeted.
Williams never responded to the diss, but Kelly Rowland stuck up for her groupmate and friend.
"It didn't even matter," Rowland told Rolling Stone.com. "We had a wonderful performance, and that's all I cared about… I really don't care what she said."
Basically, she's saying "who's Keyshia Cole anyway?"
Lady Gaga and Kelly Osbourne have the most passive aggressive feud ever. The pair - "fighting" since 2012 - haven't hashed out their problems in person. Instead, they're doing it in public through a series of "open letters."
It all started last fall when Osbourne said that Lady Gaga fans are cruel.
"I get called fat all the time. A big fat whore," she said of the messages she receives over her weight. "Lady Gaga's fans are the worst. They've said I should kill myself, that they hope I get raped."
Gaga wasn't about to let her "Little Monsters" get reamed in public, so she wrote her own open letter that criticized the "Fashion Police" host for her role on the show.
"Your show breeds negativity, and over the years has even become comedic in nature," Gaga wrote. "It glorifies you and Joan Rivers pointing in the camera, laughing, and making jokes about artists and celebrities as if we are zoo animals."
And then, The Osbournes shot back.
"By your actions to Kelly right now, you have shown me that you are nothing more than a publicly seeking hypocrite and an attention seeker," Sharon Osbourne wrote on Facebook.
Lady Gaga eventually came back with a self-righteous response. The feud seems to have died down during the past two months, but we're waiting for that next "open letter."
Chris Brown and Drake caused quite the ruckus last year when they fought at a NYC nightclub.
And yes, it was all over Rihanna. According to reports, Brown tried to bury the hatchet with the Toronto-born rapper but Drake wasn't having any of it. Eventually, someone threw a beer bottle - and all hell broke loose.
Both Brown and Drake blame each other for starting the fight and are now suing each other. Don't expect them to keep things civil forever, though. Just last week, Brown dissed his nemesis during a club performance in Los Angeles. Apparently the club started playing a Drake song and Brown interrupted.
"The DJ can play this s***, but I want you all to know…F*** Drake!" Brown said.
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