By Rich the Kid's assessment, any and all Lil Uzi Vert issues have been mutually resolved.

In a recent interview with Big Boy, Rich—whose The World Is Yours 2 dropped earlier this month—was asked about the current status of his relationship with the Eternal Atake mind alterer.

"We ain't got no beef," Rich said around 20 minutes into the video up top. "We straight. We cool. The world is big enough. The world is mine. The world is everybody's."

In fact, Rich revealed, he and Uzi randomly ended up at the same jewelry spot recently. "We was at the same place, like, last week," he said. "We were at the same jewelry store. We were just, coincidence, we were there at the same time. I didn't know he was gon' be there, he didn't know i was gon' be there."

Rich was then asked if sensationalized reporting on his previous issues with Uzi contributed to things being blown out of proportion, to which he simply replied "I don't know, I don't know."

Among those previous issues, of course, were Rich's Uzi diss "Dead Friends" and Uzi's apparent Rich dig on his and G Herbo's viral "Who Run It" remix.

An even more interesting turn here would be for Rich to end up landing on Eternal Atake, the presumed next project from Lil Uzi Vert that now seems poised to secure its long-awaited release. As of this week, Uzi appeared to be back in the studio with some mysterious gratitude for Roc Nation.  "Let the guilty answer all the blogs," Uzi told fans in a recent Instagram Story update.

Hopefully, we can also expect a pop-in on the album from the original God of Fuck himself, Marilyn Manson.