Jimmy Kimmel, left, and Kanye West either are engaged in a bitter feud or a heck of a parody. Kimmel's monologue Thursday night Sept. 26, 2013 was devoted to discussing what he called a "very angry phone call" he received from West about an hour and a half before taping ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live." (AP Photo/File)

UPDATE: 1:45 p.m.

And he's back! But at least he's no longer tweeting in all-caps.

The morning after Kanye West and JImmy Kimmel's big, bad Twitter fight, Slate published a piece titled, "Kanye West is Right: JImmy Kimmel's Sketch was Ignorant and Stupid."

West, who went on a Twitter rampage Thursday evening against the late-night comedian, followed up Friday morning by carefully curating a series of quotes and comments from the aforementioned piece, starting with a link to Slate's article. This after Kimmel addressed the feud on his show.

8:18 a.m.

Kanye West is an artist. He's also a father and a self-proclaimed fashion icon and all that other crap he says about himself. The guy with the major messiah complex went on BBC1 and said a bunch of stupid stuff about himself and leather jogging pants.

No one was really surprised by this.

Jimmy Kimmel decided to have a little fun with the interview footage. On Jimmy Kimmel Live, the host hired two children to reenact West's BBC1 interview and the sketch has set Kanye the hell off.

An angry Kanye took to Twitter to trash Kimmel up and down the Internet.

There was also a lot of name calling and impressive use of #NODISRESPECTTOBENAFFLECK and #ALLDISRESPECTTOJIMMYKIMMEL.

Kimmel addressed the problem by trolling Kanye and telling the world that this isn't a prank. Everyone is a little skeptical of the late night host since he revealed that he was the evil genius behind the viral "Twerk Fail" video.

Either way, I'd suggest keeping an eye on Kanye's Twitter feed until he either mellows out and stops being crazy or, at the very least, learns how to turn his caps lock off.

Kimmel responded to Kanye's rant by discussing the incident during his monologue yesterday.

Then Kanye followed up with the following tweets Friday afternoon:

Then West's former manager Irving Azoff, who represents artists like Christina Aguilera, Journey and Van Halen, tweeted this:

Then Kanye West re-tweeted Azoff's tweet: