Three years after sparking one of hip-hop’s most historic beefs, Drake and Meek Mill officially squashed their beef onstage in Boston.
During the “Aubrey and the Three Migos Tour” stop at TD Garden on Saturday night (Sept. 8), Drizzy united with Meek in front of fans.
Meek appeared from below the stage, with fans cheering in shock. He them performed “Dreams and Nightmares” alongside Drizzy, before the two embraced and shared some kind words.
“Make some noise for this n*gga in the building one time, Drake,” said Meek.
“This right here is a long time coming,” Drake added. “This right here is important. This one of my favorite rappers for real, for real. This was my brother. That’s how it started and that’s how we gon’ finish this sh*t for real.”
“We need more peace in the world. We need more love in the world. Meek Mill, that’s my brother. That’s my n*gga from day one, so we were able to do this in front of y’all and I’m very honored that you were here to witness it.”
Drake and Meek Mill back on stage together pic.twitter.com/aTh44VLs4I
— DJ Akademiks (@Akademiks) September 9, 2018
Drake’s feud with Meek Mill started in 2015, when Meek said Drake didn’t write his own lyrics. Drake would ultimately respond with a pair of diss tracks, “Charged Up” and “Back to Back”, the latter likely to be considered classic.
It’s been a few years since then, and time appears to have healed their wounds. In May, Meek said he was done beefing and was open to a collaboration with Drake. “I ain’t got no hate towards him and I don’t believe he got hate towards me,” he told Angie Martinez. “What happened happened. We moved past that. I think we’ll have a conversation or something when we see each other and keep it moving in life.”
Drake also showed support for Meek during his incarceration, chanting “Free Meek” during a November show in Melbourne, Australia.