Drake and Meek Mill’s long-standing feud is over, for now at least. The rappers reconciled at Drake’s recent show in Boston, where they performed Mill’s “Dreams and Nightmares” together.
In front of a thousands-strong crowd at TD Garden, Drake surprised fans as he brought Mill out on stage to trade verses on the 2012 song. At the end of the performance, the pair even embraced one another to prove that they’ve buried the hatchet.
Drake took to Instagram after the show to post a heartfelt photo of the duo. “This really gave me peace of mind tonight,” he wrote. “Healing and moving forward created one of the most electric and gratifying moments of my career. Meek Mill, I’m happy you are home and that we could find our way back to our joint purpose.”
Drake and Mill’s fallout first began in 2015 when the Philly MC accused the Toronto native of using ghostwriters. In response to the allegations, Drake released two songs aimed at Mill, “Charged Up” and “Back to Back.” The heated battle continued over the years and gave birth to a series of diss tracks including Mill’s “Wanna Know, “I’m da Plug” and “War Pain,” the follow-up to Drake’s “Summer Sixteen.”
In other (beef) news, Kanye West apologized to Drake on Twitter last week by sending some “good energy and love” to the Canadian rapper and his crew. Who knows, at this rate, King Push and the 6 God might even settle their differences, too.
Watch the glorious moment between Drake and Meek Mill unfold below: