When Drake brought Meek Mill on stage to perform during his tour, their beef was officially squashed. Meek has been through so much in the last few years and Drake understands that. In the time since their public spat, both artists have grown immensely and are back on the same team. It was all cemented when the 6 God featured on the Philadelphia rapper's latest album, which released tonight. Meek's "Twitter fingers" are no longer operating in 2018 and Drake surely will not forget to promote Championships on his social platforms this time around. The two can be considered friends now as Drizzy issued a public apology for their feud on his Instagram.

He copied both their faces onto an original clip of Magic Johnson and Isiah Thomas, keeping the voiceover intact as it also pertains to their relationship. "Let me apologize to you if I hurt you," started the Torontonian. "That we haven't been together. God is good to bring us back together." The two close it out with an embrace as they look deeply into each other's eyes.

While we've seen plenty of new feuds begin this year, 2018 also saw the end of Meek & Drake's dispute. Now that the two have linked back up, the Philadelphia native is back on top of the world. Check out Championships here and let us know your thoughts.