Drake surprised fans in Meek Mill's hometown of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Saturday (15Sep18) by bringing the rapper onstage for an impromptu performance.
The two ended their long-running feud earlier this month when Meek joined the Hotline Bling hitmaker at his show at the TD Garden in Boston and on Saturday they reunited during the Philadelphia stop of Drake's Aubrey and The Three Amigos Tour with Migos.
Calling him the "king of Philly," Drake introduced Meek to the crowd to perform Dreams and Nightmares. As Meek exited the stage, he and Drake once again shook hands and hugged.
Drake and Meek's feud began in 2015, when Mill, who served time behind bars at Chester State Prison in Pennsylvania earlier this year (18), accused the God's Plan star of using ghostwriters. The 31-year-old hip-hop star retaliated with two diss tracks aimed at Meek, including the Back To Back freestyle.
Meek later admitted he had taken the beef too far, and said he was "out of control".
"The way I was coming at everybody, I offended a lot of people at that point," he told Ebro In The Morning last year. "I don't give a f**k 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."
The two also appeared alongside one another last Saturday (08Sep18) during the Boston, Massachusetts leg of Drake's tour. Following the show, Drake shared a picture of himself and Meek onstage.
"This really gave me peace of mind tonight. Healing and moving forward created one of the most electric and gratifying moments of my career...," the Toronto native captioned the image.