Meek Mill performed a sold out show in his hometown over the weekend, complete with a lineup of star-studded guests.
During his one-night-only "Meek Mill + Friends Dreams and Nightmares 10-Year Anniversary Concert" Saturday night at the Wells Fargo Center, Mill brought out fellow rapper Rick Ross for a few songs, putting to rest rumors of a feud between the friends and collaborators.
In 2011, Mill signed with Maybach Music Group (MMG), Ross' label, under which he released "Dreams and Nightmares." Through the years he has continued to collaborate with artists on MMG including Ross.
Feud rumors started in May of 2021, when it was reported that Mill allegedly banned his label boss from his birthday party in Miami, and was looking to leave MMG. As recently as last week, fans speculated the feud was ongoing when Mill alluded to being underpaid throughout the years by those overseeing his career, a category that Ross falls under.
Fans online were thrilled to see Mill and Ross squash the feud rumors. Check out the video below.