Mr Joshua was giving an answer to a tweet by Mr Khan that said: “Pleased all is cleared up and all lays. I got furious like any man would. No fact to it. Good to learn. All the best.”
Mr Khan’s wife had earlier written publicly that her partner was misled into accusing her of experiencing an affair by fraudulent screenshots of messages between her and Mr Joshua.
Apology accepted https://t.co/VluDAsPhh0
— Anthony Joshua (@anthonyfjoshua) August 11, 2017
Weekly on from a Twitter row where they released that that they had separated, Faryal Makhdoom said the whole lot was a “misunderstanding”.
She placed online today: “I am quiet for quite a while… because I myself didn’t know what’s going on.
“Everything that’s going on is just not right and a full misunderstanding.
— Faryal Makhdoom Khan (@FaryalxMakhdoom) August 11, 2017
“The screenshots sent to amir were ‘fake’ and amir thought Joshua and I were speaking… whenever we haven’t even met.
“Anger needed the better of him and he tweeted away without pondering there was zero fact to it.
“It’s all cleared up with both clubs no and again, there was NOTHING like that happening.
“Apologies for all of this nonsense. Let’s can get on with life now.”
The pair’s particular softer stances marked a move from the angry spat that broke out between your boxer and his estranged better half the other day, when they released their split in a series of increasingly furious tweets.
Mr Khan then continued some nights out in Dubai, but tweeted today: “I partied in Dubai with friends to get my wife upset. Shouldn’t have. That’s not like me and I’ll verify that.
Many people welcomed the quality to the spat with praise, but others were more critical, some recommending that the pair’s life was like reality TV.
One Twitter individual, who goes on the name Valero, said: “Oh really? Well that was a delight, when is another episode of Maintaining Khans?”
Zahid Khanzada composed online: “It was only a publicity stunt,” while another internet consumer suggested next time the set should “use Whatsapp”.
“You could have both experienced your ten minutes of fame,” one cultural media user composed, terming whole exchange “cringeworthy”.
Mr Khan, 30, had written last Friday: “So me and the wife Faryal have agreed to split. I’m presently in Dubai. Wish her great.”
He then published another tweet, including Mr Joshua’s cope with, which read: “Faryal moved on quick. Always stated to me how much she wanted to be with another man, from all people another boxer.”
Mr Khan added: “Lol relocated up in the weight classes lol. Trust me I ain’t the jealous type. No need to send me pictures of the men your talking to.”
“Left my family and friends because of this Faryal. I’m not harmed but another fighter. I’m so that it is open public. You getting the divorce.”
He signed off by referencing the undefeated Mr Joshua again, expressing: “Mans like Joshua can have my still left overs!”
“I believe he just needs some attention because boxing was not going well for him so he’s just been operating up.”
A Khan family source proved that the set had split last week: “Amir and Faryal have split up. It’s over.
“There were problems in the relationship for years plus they were going for a separation. It is the best result.”
It was not clarified today whether the couple have reconciled their distinctions and concluded their split.
Mr Khan, from Bolton, won magic at the Olympic games in Athens in 2004.
Mr Joshua, 27, from Watford, can be an Olympic yellow metal medallist and remains undefeated in his professional career