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Friday 29 August 2014

Kanye West hugs it out with paparazzo

Kanye West

Kanye West has made peace with the paparazzo he was accused of attacking earlier this month.

The rapper was leaving dinner in Miami with girlfriend Kim Kardashian on October 14 when he exploded on a female photographer who taunted the couple about her ex, Reggie Bush.

"Kim, did you know Reggie is here having dinner? Did you wanna go congratulate him on his pregnancy?" the paparazzo asked.

Kanye was recorded reaching for the woman's camera. Reports surfaced soon after the rapper had attacked the woman.

The 35-year-old Stronger hitmaker ran into the same photographer again at a Miami airport this week, TMZ reports.

Video captured by the website shows Kanye wagging his finger at the woman as he makes his way to a waiting vehicle.

"You got me in trouble. You tried to make it seem like I tried to hit you… I did not try to hit you," he proclaims. "I just tried to close that camera because you were rude."

The photographer then suggests the pair make up. Kanye is shown hugging her before getting into his car.

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