Drake and his former nemesis Meek Mill have apparently made amends following a long-running feud.
The Toronto superstar brought out the Philly rapper during a show at the TD Garden in Boston on Saturday night (September 8). Drake, of course, was performing with Migos as part of the Aubrey and The Three Amigos Tour.
Shortly after Meek steps on stage, he and Drake exchange a quick handshake as Meek goes on to perform his 2012 track “Dreams & Nightmares.”
Drake brings out @MeekMill for his Dreams and Nightmares intro tonight in Boston. #AATTMpic.twitter.com/msfcegt5xz
— Word On Road (@WordOnRd) September 9, 2018
Drake marked the occasion on social media with an Instagram post.
“This really gave me peace of mind tonight,” he wrote in the caption. “Healing and moving forward created one of the most electric and gratifying moments of my career.
“@meekmill I’m happy that you are home and that we could find our way back to our joint purpose. (Cue the Kevin Garnett “anything is possible” adlib).”
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This really gave me peace of mind tonight. Healing and moving forward created one of the most electric and gratifying moments of my career. @meekmill I’m happy that you are home and that we could find our way back to our joint purpose ???? (Cue the Kevin Garnett “anything is possible” adlib)
Drake and Meek’s beef stretches back to 2015 when Meek fired off a tweet accusing the 6 God of using ghostwriters. Consequently, Drake retailed with two diss tracks aimed at Meek, including the “Back To Back” freestyle.
In an interview with Ebro In The Morning last July, Meek admitted he was “out of control” with the whole thing.
“The way I was coming at everybody, I offended a lot of people at that point,” he said. “Even the way I was talking, the stuff I said … We had little things that I ain’t really agree with that I didn’t feel. And when I’m off the shits, I’m just off the shits. I’m just coming a thousand miles an hour.
“I don’t give a fuck about nobody, how I was coming. And me as a person now when I’m not like that…I think I could have approached things better. It is what it is.”
Since then, things have drastically changed. Meek served seven months at Chester State Prison and was released in May.
Soon after Meek’s November 2017 arrest, Drake offered his support during a show in Melbourne, Australia.
“I see you got the ‘Free Meek Mill’ T-shirt,” he told an audience member. “Free Meek Mill too. You right.” [apple_news_ad type=”any”]