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FILE - In this May 23, 2012 file photo, singer Kanye West, left, and television personality Kim Kardashian arrive for the screening of "Cruel Summer" at the 65th international film festival, in Cannes, southern France. The Human Rights Foundation is criticizing West for performing at a wedding in Kazakhstan, saying he legitimized the human rights violations of the nation's president. The rapper performed at the wedding of Nursultan Nazarbayev's grandson Saturday. The U.S.-based human rights group compared his appearance to a similar visit earlier this year by Jennifer Lopez to Turkmenistan, another country with a history of human rights violations. (AP Photo/Francois Mori, File)
West to guest on Kimmel’s show after ‘rap feud’
First Published Oct 08 2013 05:44 pm • Last Updated Oct 08 2013 05:44 pm

Los Angeles • ABC says Kanye West is appearing on Jimmy Kimmel’s late-night show, less than two weeks after the pair got into what Kimmel called a "rap feud."

The musician will be a guest Wednesday on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," the network said Tuesday.

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In late September, Kimmel’s show aired a skit that mocked a West radio interview by having a child re-create it. West responded with an irate phone call to Kimmel and a series of Twitter messages that labeled the comedian out of line and unfunny.

Discussing the incident on his show last month, a smiling Kimmel said he always wanted to be in a rap feud. The talk show host is known for his parodies and pranks, including a recent staged twerking accident video that became an online sensation.




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