Drake Brings Out Meek Mill During Boston Show & Finally Ends Feud

9 September 2018, 10:06 | Updated: 12 September 2018, 10:43

Drake Brings Out Meek Mill In Boston At Aubrey and The Three Migos Tour

Drake and Meek Mill are friends again.

Drake surprised Hip-Hop fans around the world by bringing out former rival Meek Mill during his latest show in Boston.

The OVO rapper made history at his ‘Aubrey & The Three Migos Tour’ at TD Garden on Saturday night when he shared the stage with the Dreamchasers boss for the first time since their infamous 2015 feud.

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Meek Mill shocked fans when he appeared from under the stage to a huge cheer from the crowd to perform his classic song ‘Dreams & Nightmares’ alongside Drake.

Drake and Meek Mill then hugged on stage before addressing each other. “Make some noise for this ni**a in the building one time, Drake,” said the Philly rapper.

While Drake added: “This right here is a long time coming. This right here is important. This one of my favourite rappers for real, for real. This was my brother. That’s how it started and that’s how we gon’ finish this sh*t for real.”

Later in the show, Drake also said: “We need more peace in the world. We need more love in the world. Meek Mill, that’s my brother.

“That’s my ni**a from day one, so we were able to do this in front of y’all and I’m very honoured that you were here to witness it.”

See footage below:

After the performance Drake took to Instagram to add further context to the historic moment between himself and Meek.

“This really gave me peace of mind tonight,” said Drake.

“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.”

Meanwhile, Meek Mill posted the same photo on Instagram alongside the caption: “MEEK MILL X @champagnepapi WE BOTH HAPPY AS SH*TTT!”

Tensions between the pair appeared to be lifting over the past year, with Meek Mill admitting earlier this year that he was open to collaborating with Drake in the future.

Spealing to Angie Martinez, he said at the time: “I ain’t got no hate towards him and I don’t believe he got hate towards me. What happened happened. We moved past that. I think we’ll have a conversation or something when we see each other and keep it moving in life.”

While Drake said “free Meek” on stage during a show in Melbourne, Australia. when the Philly rapper was still in prison.

The infamous feud started in 2015 when Meek Mill accused Drake of using a ghostwriter.

Drake then fired back with two diss tracks, ‘Charged Up’ and ‘Back To Back’, before Meek Mill later responding with ‘Wanna Know’ and a series of other diss tracks.

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