As Kendrick Lamar and Drake continue to navigate through their careers with sort of an unspoken feud against each other, fans continue to wonder if the two will ever work together again. As of now, the last time that Kendrick and Drake appeared on a song together was "Poetic Justice" all the way back in 2012. Well, now the Internet thinks that they could possibly have been in the studio together recently and it's all because of $2 bills.

Earlier this week, video surfaced of Kendrick in the studio, and in it, he was holding up stacks of $2 bills for the camera. Transition to early this morning when Drake posted a picture of himself holding up similar $2 bills.

Of course, this could all just be a coincidence and having nothing to do with each other, but the timing is certainly interesting, especially with Drake putting the finishing touches on his Views From the 6 album. While it's unknown if the link between the $2 bills means that Drake and Kendrick were together, there's also a possibility the money came from hip-hop's favorite lawyer, Steven Reisman, who is known for passing out the rare currency. Now we just have to wait and see if we're actually about to get the first Kendrick Lamar and Drake collaboration in years. We've reached out to TDE for comment on this, but you can check out the evidence for yourself below. 

 

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