Kanye West decided to take part in Keeping Up with the Kardashian's testimonials for the first time last weekend, giving us a behind-the-scenes look into the beef between the couple and Rhymefest, West’s collaborator who runs the charity Donda’s House.

The beef in question dates back almost a year and saw Rhymefest publicly dragging West for his apparent failure to financially support the community arts project, now known as Art of Culture, Inc. The spat even lead Kim Kardashian to speak up on her husband's defense, with her tweeting that she'd never stand for anyone that shames West "while pretending to do good."

In the clip, we see Kim and Kanye sitting down with Rhymefest to discuss their disagreements, with Kanye declaring "we are love" and making amends.

During his appearance, West also reveals that his first-ever Keep up with the Kardashians interview was all thanks to a Pixar movie.

“This is my first time doing this. I’m not actually attempting to do good,” West explained, before citing a certain animated superhero film as the inspiration. “This interview is because of the movie The Incredibles. It starts off with the interviews. The superheroes are giving interviews.”

“The wife’s got a big butt,” he continued, referencing a somewhat unimpressed Kardashian, “and I just see our life becoming more and more and more like The Incredibles until we can finally fly.”

Watch a recap of West's testimonial in the video up top.

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