Drake and Meek Mill’s feud went on for longer than many thought it would, but it came to a close on Saturday night (Sept. 8) when Drizzy welcomed his former foe on stage.

During Saturday’s Boston stop of the Aubrey and the Three Amigos Tour, Meek Mill made a surprise appearance, giving an energized performance of his classic “Dreams and Nightmares Intro” as Drake played the hype man.

The two stars’ public feud began in July 2015, when Meek Mill used social media to accuse Drake of not supporting the release of his album Dreams Worth More Than Money, along with dropping the bomb that Drake didn’t write his own lyrics. From there, Drake dropped the two-piece combo of “Charged Up” and the eventual Grammy-winning “Back to Back,” while Meek Mill released the lesser received “Wanna Know.” By the time Drake celebrated with a performance at his OVO Fest that summer, the beef was considered won, but the two continued sending shots each other’s way for months.

The beef eventually simmered down, with Drake offering his verbal support to Meek Mill in 2017 when the latter was sent to prison. In May of this year, Meek Mill said that he would be open to working with Drake again in the future. “It’s possible. Anything is possible,” Meek said. The two have already created two bangers, with “R.I.C.O.” and the 2012 single “Amen.” Drake also previously had a working relationship with Meek’s Maybach Music Group comrade Rick Ross. With the beef officially resolved, hopefully, this will result in great music from the two camps.

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