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8 August 2017, 11:32 | Updated: 8 August 2017, 11:43
The former rivals appear to have squashed their beef.
Drake invited Tory Lanez to join him onstage during his eighth annual OVO Fest in Toronto last night to perform Lanez' remix of 'Controlla'.
The pair appear to have squashed their two year long beef, following a series of photos posted on Instagram back in may of both Canadian musicians posting side by side.
After the performance of Drizzy's 2016 'Views' hit, the rapper addressed the feud whilst speaking to the crowd.
"This guy right here, we had problems with each other and we hadn't even met each other," the 'Signs' rapper said to the eager audience.
"I met the man and he's a great guy."
Watch the footage of 'Controlla' above.
As well as his fellow Canadian, Drake was also joined by a star-studded lineup of featured artists including The Weekend, French Montana, Migos, Nelly, Rae Sremmurd and more.
During his performance with The Weeknd, the 'More Life' rapper revealed plans for a hotly-anticipated OVOXO project.
"I feel like an OVOXO project has to happen at some point." Drizzy teased the crowd whilst gesturing to the 'Reminder' singer.
In addition, the Canadian rapper also confirmed ongoing rumours that he is currently working on a new album.
"I'm going to go back to making this new album in Toronto, just for you" he told his hometown crowd.
Drake recently sparked initial rumours of a follow-up album to 2011's 'Take Care' after he posted a photo on Instagram that resembled the records artwork.