Drake and Meek lead by example.
“That’s my brother,” Drake would tell the crowd.
— Word On Road (@WordOnRd) September 9, 2018
It’s a refreshing end to a feud that first took root in 2015 when Meek launched a campaign that catalyzed the question of ghostwriting that continues to follow Drake around. It began when Meek took issue with Drake not shouting out Meek’s Dreams Worth More Than Money album, which was host to the two men’s “R.I.C.O.” collaboration. Ultimately, the beef produced Drake’s “Back To Back” hit and that inexplicable episode of Funkmaster Flex failing to deliver on a proper diss track from Meek Mill on Hot 97.
Meek and Drake’s spat really began to come to a close after Drake voiced his support for the Philly rapper during his time in prison last November at a time when the hip-hop community was coming together to shine a light on gaping disparities within the criminal justice system in the United States.
Saturday night, Philadelphia 76ers owner and vocal Meek Mill advocate Michel Rubin hinted at the official end when he posted a photo of Meek Mill’s wrist adorned with some ice and Aubrey & The Three Migos tour credentials.
“Legendary,” Rubin penned under a separate video of Drake and Meek Mill onstage together.