The rapper, 38 — who ultimately deleted his rant against Khalifa — kept it brief while talking to a TMZ cameraman outside the airport.
"Did you think you went a bit hard on Wiz this morning?" the cameraman asked.
"I said what I had to say," West replied. When prompted again with the same question, he added: "I said what I had to say and I'm not saying anything else to you."
As previously reported, the "Stronger" rapper went off on social media on Wednesday when he thought Khalifa, 28, had dissed his wife, Kim Kardashian. Khalifa had referenced "KK" on Twitter, but he was really talking about Khalifa Kush, a strain of weed.
West was also peeved about Khalifa calling him out for naming his upcoming album Waves. Khalifa suggested that West stole the idea from Harlem rapper Max B, who popularized the Wave movement. In retaliation, West slammed Khalifa in several tweets, and even dragged their mutual ex, Amber Rose, into the fight.
For those keeping track, West and the former model dated from 2008 to 2010. Khalifa and Rose ended their 14-month marriage in September 2014 and share son Sebastian, 2. (West also tweeted that he owns their child.)
West has since deleted his tweets, and he wrote that he just wants "positive energy" now. At LAX, however, he appeared to get agitated when TMZ continued to ask him about the feud.
"Did you think it was a bit much bringing the kid into it, though?" the TMZ cameraman asked. West replied: "I told you I said all I had to say. No more questions about it. Thank you."
A few minutes later, West changed his tune and shook the cameraman's hand. "I didn't mean to talk to you heavy like that," he said. "Show respect to you and your family and all y'all."
Khalifa, meanwhile, called out West during a concert in Argentina on Wednesday. According to a TMZ video of the show, the star screamed "F--k Kanye!" mid-performance.
Watch West's reaction in the video above!
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