Wiz Khalifa wouldn't wear Kanye West-designed clothes

Rap star Wiz Khalifa has revealed he would never wear Kanye West's clothes because of their previous spats.

The two rappers had a high-profile disagreement earlier this year - and it doesn't look like it has yet been resolved seeing as Wiz would "never" wear an item from the 'Famous' hitmaker's clothing line.

The 'See You Again' hitmaker admitted that he doesn't "trust" Kim Kardashian West's husband because of his supposedly two-faced ways.

Asked if he would don any Kanye-designed clothing following their Twitter feud earlier in the year, Wiz said: "No. Never."

The rapper became the target of Kanye's wrath in January after the 39-year-old star mistakenly thought Wiz had dissed his spouse Kim - and Wiz is not ready to forgive and forget.

He told ELLE magazine: "I don't know him. I'm just going to leave it at that ... I met him once. Yeah. He was cool in person, but the stuff that he says when I'm not around, I don't like that ... You can't trust people like that. I just stay away."

Meanwhile, Kim recently said she would "absolutely" post another naked selfie to social media.

The 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star - who caused a stir earlier this year by stripping off for a selfie, covering her modesty with just two black bars - admitted she will drop as many risque photos as she likes when the time is right.

She said: "I don't know when, but why not?"

Kim also explained that as long as she is being "true" to herself, she's going to post as many selfies as she wants.

The reality TV beauty said: "I always want to stay true to who I am. I posted a nude photo when I was pregnant and I was proud of my big belly. That was something I was comfortable with."

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