Tonight, Drake played the TD Garden in Boston, his second stop in the city for his Aubrey and the Three Migos Tour. During his set, Drake brought out Meek Mill for a performance of his 2012 Dreams and Nightmares title track, officially putting their ongoing beef to rest. “Meek Mill, that’s my brother,” Drake said. Watch it go down below.
Drake and Meek Mill tonight in Boston. pic.twitter.com/lDq2yTyvu7— Drizzy Source (@DrizzySource) September 9, 2018
Drake and Meek’s feud began in 2015 when Meek levied ghostwriter allegations at the OVO rapper for their 2015 collaboration “R.I.C.O.” Pusha-T rehashed those allegations on his Daytona track “Infrared,” which snowballed into its own back and forth. After Pusha dropped the vicious “The Story of Adidon,” Kanye publicly apologized to Drake about the track’s content. On last year’s Boy Meets World Tour, Drake showed his support for Meek in face of the Philadelphia rapper’s controversial November 2017 prison sentence.
So far on tour with Migos, Drake has covered Michael Jackson, brought out Travis Scott for a performance of their Astroworld collab “Sicko Mode,” and more. At last night’s show, Drake dedicated the concert to Mac Miller, who died on Friday. “Tonight, I want to dedicate this show to my late friend Mac Miller,” he told the crowd