WATCH ALL YOUR FAVORITE BET SHOWS

Ye And Drake End Beef At A Dave Chappelle Show in Toronto

The pair shared an olive branch via social media.

Thank the Rap Gods, the back-and-forth between Ye and Drake has seemingly come to an end.

According to recent posts by both of the multi-millionaire MCs, the two hip hop artists, who have thrown lyrical shots at each other in the past, were seen laughing, dancing, and smiling for the camera on their respective social media pages.

The artist, formerly known as Kanye West, also posted a photo of himself, Drake, and music promoter J. Prince on Instagram with a “dove” emoji to emphasize the peace made between them.

The move comes after requests from J. Prince and Larry Hoover Jr. were posted to social media to organize a concert next month meant to fight for the release of the latter’s father, Chicago gangster Larry Hoover.

“What a beautiful night I had last night in Canada,” the Rap-A-Lot founder wrote on Twitter.

Hoover is currently serving life in prison for murder.

The conflict between the two Grammy Award-winning rappers has its roots in a previous Drake beef with Pusha-T, the president of Ye’s G.O.O.D. Music recording label.

The 2018 diss track, “Duppy Freestyle” by Drake, was reportedly a shot at one-half of The Clipse, responding to raps about his son, whose existence was not public at the time.

The back-and-forth led to Ye sending clear shots at the OVO Records co-founder on the Donda track, “The Life of the Party,” which was released officially this week as part of that album’s deluxe edition. He also claimed he would beat him in a Verzuz battle during his now-infamous Drink Champs episode.

The smoke was returned this year, as Drake aimed pointed lyrics at the Chicago rapper on his album, Certified Lover Boy, in the song “7am on Bridle Path,” and on Trippie Redd’s “Betrayal.”

There’s no word yet if either party will come together for the “Free Larry Hoover” concert.

Subscribe for BET Updates

Provide your email address to receive our newsletter.

Select the types of notification you would like to receive from us. Please note, you must choose at least one.


By clicking subscribe, I consent to receiving newsletters and other marketing emails. Newsletters are subject to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use. Users can unsubscribe at any time.