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Kanye West and Annie Leibovitz are not fighting, guys. You might be thinking, "wait, but didn't Kanye say that Leibovitz was 'like, scared of the idea of celebrity?" Anyone who has ever been through high school knows that those are fighting words. However, both camps released a joint statement saying that they were definitely not fighting, and Kanye's words had been "taken out of context and sensationalized." Which makes sense, because he's usually so thoughtful with his words. [Us Weekly]