Tory Lanez and Madonna never gave off the energy of being friends, but a recent hangout may tell a different story. On Saturday (May 28), Tory and Madonna linked up to catch the Gervonta Davis Rolando Romero fight at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.

The two seemed to be having a great time as they had drinks, shared a conversation, and even had fans talking when they hid behind Madonna’s fan. Prior to the paparazzi catching them at ringside, Tory and Madonna were backstage walking to their seats when someone asked him his predictions for the fight.

“Gervonta in five, but I still have faith in the underdog too, I never knockout the underdog,” Tory said before Madonna hit him with her fan, telling him he has to pick a winner and not stay on the fence. Gervonta Davis landed a knockout blow on Romero in the sixth round bringing his undefeated record to 26-0.

Tory and Madonna hanging out at the fight comes as a surprise, given the two were not on good terms last year. The Toronto native dropped his ’80s-themed Alone at Prom album and Tory sampled Madonna’s “Into the Groove” on the track “Pluto’s Last Comet.” Madonna headed to the comments of one of Tory Lanez’s Instagram posts to accuse him of using the sample without permission.

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Tory Lanez Called Out By Madonna For 'Illegal Usage' Of Her Song

“Read your messages [for] illegal usage of my song get into the groove!” she wrote in the comment section.

According to Spotify, Tory Lanez is credited as the only songwriter on “Pluto’s Last Comet,” with Chazzz Music and Orlando Williamson on the production. “Into the Groove” was written by Madonna and Stephen Bray, and also appeared on the reissue of her 1984 album Like a Virgin.