Kanye West and Ice Cube prove their feud is OVER with a hug and a cheerful chat... after THAT spat over Power rapper's anti-Semitic outbursts

Kanye West and Ice Cube appeared to have buried the hatchet when they were spotted meeting up in Los Angeles this week. Ice Cube, 53, welcomed Kanye, 45, to his home, where the two men were spotted enjoying a friendly chat outdoors. Their conversation concluded with a warm embrace, during which both of them were seen beaming before Kanye headed off. Last year the duo were at odds over Kanye's string of anti-Semitic outbursts, which included a vow to 'go death con 3 on JEWISH PEOPLE.' As Kanye's career imploded from the scandal, he went on the podcast Drink Champs and claimed his rants were inspired by Cube's social media - a charge Cube vehemently denied, insisting: 'I didn't put the batteries in his back.' However Kanye seemed in bright spirits after this week's confab with Cube, spreading his arms in an apparent show of relaxation. His latest sighting comes two months after Kanye bizarrely wrote on Instagram that 'watching Jonah Hill in 21 Jump street made me like Jewish people again.' Kanye, whose mental health struggles have surfaced in the headlines in the past, added: 'No one should take anger against one or two individuals and transform that into hatred towards millions of innocent people.' His Instagram post concluded: 'No Christian can be labeled anti-Semite knowing Jesus is Jew. Thank you Jonah Hill I love you.' Jonah has maintained a public silence on the subject, ignoring the paparazzi who tried to ask him about Kanye while he left Giorgio Baldi in Santa Monica. Last October, Cube insisted he did not inspire Kanye's anti-Semitic rants, after the controversial rapper referred to him as a heavy influence in his controversial remarks. Cube defended himself on Twitter shortly after Kanye claimed Cube had 'really set me up for this' during an appearance on the podcast Drink Champs. 'You've really influenced me to get on this antisemite vibe,' Kanye said of Ice Cube during his interview before adding, 'I'm here to finish the job.'

Via: Daily Mail