Meek told the world their beef was officially over back in May, but Drake inviting him to perform at the Boston stop of the Aubrey & the Three Migos tour seemed to make it official. This performance is now the second time the two rappers have shared a stage since their feud started in 2015.
After collaborating on “R.I.C.O” off Meek’s 2015 album Dreams Worth More Than Money, Meek Mill publicly accused Drake of using ghostwriters. This moment marks when Quentin Miller’s name made it into the hip-hop lexicon, and the beef spawned a number of diss tracks including Drake’s iconic “Back to Back.”
In November, things seemed to have fizzled out between the two. As Meek served time in prison on unjust and contentious charges, Drake supported his former rival, saying “Free Meek Mill” during a show in Australia.
Since his release in April, Meek has performed only a handful of shows as he continues to work on his ongoing legal case, with future plans of creating a "major foundation" that will be focused primarily on reforming the criminal justice system.
After reuniting with Meek in Boston last week, Drake shared the experience on Instagram. "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)," the caption read.