We're not entirely sure of exactly how effective Norm Kelly's ban on Meek Mill was, considering he almost definitely was in Toronto after his very public spat with Drake, but thankfully, Meek no longer has to worry about getting caught by the Canadian politician. One of the bigger stories coming out of the weekend was Drake's on-stage reunion with Meek after the two went at each other's necks a few years ago. Meek seems to be on everybody's good side now and with him fighting to free over a million people from the criminal justice system, he's well on his way to becoming a true hero. Obviously recognizing the hard work that Meek has been doing, Norm Kelly decided to cut him some slack and allow him to visit the 6ix whenever he pleases.

In 2015, the Canadian politician became a viral sensation after his petty tweets gained him worldwide exposure. After the entire Drake debacle, Kelly defended the country's national treasure by disallowing Meek to enter the country. Although it was more of a joke than a serious ban, the public figure lifted the restrictions after Drizzy and Meek hugged it out during a recent stop on the Aubrey & The Three Migos tour. He topped off the love by sharing a photo of the moment on his Twitter page, writing that "Hate is heavy. Let it go."

With Drake and Meek now officially made up, is Drizzy about to patch things up with Kanye?