OVO Sound boss Drake and Meek Mill took three full years to give hip-hop fans what they’ve wanted. This weekend, the former rap rivals officially squashed their past issues and reunited for a pure hip-hop moment.
Meek Milly went to Instagram Sunday to share the epic moment on his page and admit they’re glad to be back on the same page.
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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)
Recently, Meek Mill hinted at the possibility of once again collaborating with former rap foe Drake following their 2015 feud.
“It’s possible. Everything is possible. I don’t have hate towards him, and I don’t believe he has hate towards me. When I was in that situation, I seen in the media, he said ‘Free Meek Mill.’ That’s when I was at my down point when I don’t have anything going on with music. Before we had a little rap issue. I knew him as a person and he supported and that goes for anybody.” (Hot 97)
In April, Meek’s ex-girlfriend Nicki Minaj addressed getting caught in-between his feud with her Young Money labelmate.
“It was one of the hardest parts of my career to date – ever,” Nicki said when asked about getting stuck in-between the 2015 feud. “At the time, I did love both of them. I couldn’t erase the love I had for my team. But I also couldn’t speak out. I couldn’t really say much.” (Beats 1)
Earlier this year, Drake used his bars off a “Family Feud” freestyle to show support for Meek Mill during a publicized stint behind bars on a probation violation charge.
Weezy’s version of “Family Feud” features a long verse from Drake, which includes a demand for a salute from Donald Trump as well as support for Meek Mill. “I need my paper long, like a Milly verse/Too long, like a sentence from a Philly judge/Fuck is the point in all the beefing, when we really blood?” Drizzy raps. The initial version of D6, released on Christmas, did not contain “Family Feud.” However, Wayne let fans know there was another volume still to come. (Complex)