The drama surrounding Drake and Eminem's alleged feud came to an end Tuesday night when the Canadian rapper called the latter on stage during his concert in Detroit. Earlier this month, rumors about a brewing beef between the two rappers had surfaced.
"Detroit, make some noise for the greatest rapper that ever got on a motherf------ microphone - he goes by the name of Eminem," Drake said while introducing the "Lose Yourself" singer.
Eminem, whose real name is Marshall Mathers, admitted it was an honor to be standing next to Drake and performing with him. Eminem’s appearance at the Joe Louis Arena was his first time since November 2015.
"It's an honor to share the stage with this man right here," Eminem said. The 43-year-old rapper shared a photograph of him alongside Drake on his Instagram, captioning the post: "Views from The Joe. #WelcometoDetroit (sic)."
Drake also shared a photo of his performance with Eminem on his Instagram account.
Rumors about a supposed beef between Drake and Eminem surfaced after DJ Ebro told New York City radio station Hot 97 that the “Not Afraid” rapper may be coming for Drake because of the “Hotline Bling” singer’s recent spat with rapper Joe Budden that began a few months ago when Drizzy clapped after Budden, during a podcast appearance, criticized his album “Views.”
Later, Ebro took to Twitter to explain his prank, calling it a "joke" that "people ran with." He also said he was only talking in "jest" when he spoke about the supposed beef.
After the rumors about the feud heated up, Drake dissed Hot 97 during his show at Madison Square Garden on Aug. 4.
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