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Two of the biggest stars in hip-hop are on speaking terms again.
Drake and Nicki had a significant blowup, lasting from 2015 into 2016, when Minaj dated excitable Philadelphia rapper, Meek Mill—who clashed with Drake over ghostwriting. Mill was subsequently the target of multiple diss songs by Drake, including “Back to Back.”
“I don’t really talk to Nicki,” said the Toronto rapper, being interviewed by Zane Lowe last year. “[She’s] another person I have a lot of love for, a lot of respect to her and the past and what we built.”
There’s some unverified information on their reunion, which involves a Jan. 8 TV segment that prompted the connection. According to TMZ, the pair met in Miami on Jan. 12, along with Lil Wayne, and reconciled their respective friendships.
As of this writing, Twitter commenced with roasting Meek Mill.
Kahron Spearman is a music and film critic whose work can also regularly be regularly found in the Austin Chronicle.