Kim Kardashian snaps selfie with Kanye West's ex Amber Rose: 'Tea anyone?'

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Kim Kardashian extended a selfie stick of peace to Amber Rose on Tuesday morning.

The 35-year-old reality star posed with Kanye West's ex-girlfriend and captioned the pic: "Tea anyone?"

Rose -- whose best friend, Blac Chyna, is currently dating Rob Kardashian -- posted the same selfie, writing: "Swingers."

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The women's meet-up comes not even a week after Rose got into a Twitter feud with West that got a little NSFW. The 38-year-old rapper went on a lengthy Twitter rant against Rose and her ex, Wiz Khalifa, touting that Wiz let a stripper "trap" him.

Rose hit back, tweeting: ""Awww @kanyewest are u mad I'm not around to play in ur ass***e anymore? #FingersInTheBootyA**B**ch"

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Not letting it go, West responded: "Exes can be mad but just know I never let them play with my a**. I don't do that... I stay away from that area all together."

North and Saint West's father did end up going back on a tweet about owning Wiz and Rose's Wiz 2-year-old son, Sebastian. "God's dream... Never speak on kids again," West wrote on Friday. "All love... all blessings..."

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When asked about the Twitter back-and-forth on the Allegedly podcast, Rose explained, "Listen, don't talk about my kid. That's all I got to say."

She added, "I wouldn't have said anything if it was just between him and Wiz. That's two grown men hashing it out. You don't bring in my baby. That's so corny."

A few days later, it appears Kardashian and Rose's families are making amends with a single selfie.

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