The beef is over.
Drake and Kanye West have officially ended their long-running feud and are reunited. On Tuesday (November 16), Kanye shared a photo of him standing next to Drake and Rap-A-Lot Records founder J Prince at Drake’s Toronto home.
Kanye put the dove emoji on it, a symbol of peace.
The two reportedly met for dinner at Drake’s house on Monday. Drake also shared a video of him and Ye smiling and laughing backstage at a screening of Dave Chappelle Untitled Documentary in Toronto on the same evening. Drake’s arm can be seen around Ye while his song “Knife Talk” is playing in the background.
“You have achieved your goal,” Drake wrote in his caption.
Drake and Kanye West reportedly crushed their beef at Drake’s Toronto home last night and had dinner together
They were also spotted backstage together on Dave Chappelle’s show last night. pic.twitter.com/GSA2qLdARD
– Hip-hop ties (@HipHopTiesMedia) November 16, 2021
Their reunion comes after Kanye proposed a truce and publicly invited Drake to share the stage with him at a December 7 concert in Los Angeles to free the jailed gang leader Larry Hoover.
“I’m making this video to address the constant back-and-forth between me and Drake,” Ye said in a video he posted on Instagram. “Both I and Drake shot each other and it’s time to calm it down.”
J Prince claims that Hoover initiated the conversation. “So I caught up with @kanyewest to pass on the message from my brother Larry Hoover who said he’d like to see peace between the two,” he tweeted. “You took that well and thanked you because he never had someone to sit him down and explain things to him the way I did.”
The hip-hop titans have been falling out for years. Most recently, Drake Kanye’s André 3000 collaboration “Life of the Party” leaked after Ye posted Drake’s home address on Instagram.
Talking about his beef with Drake during his recent appearance on Drink Champs, Kanye compared their rivalry to Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield’s 1997 boxing match in which Tyson bit his opponent on the ear.