Last week, the longtime feud between Drake and Tory Lanez finally came to an end. Now, we know how the two rappers from Toronto put an end to their feud.

According to TMZ, all it took for the beef to end was a phone call between the two. Sources for the website say the phone call was made by a friend of Tory Lanez who called a friend of Drake’s, and the two artists eventually got to talking. Following their phone call, the two met in New York City.

The meeting in New York was documented on Instagram when the two rappers posted a photo they took together to their Instagram accounts. “The city needs more of this and less of that,” Drake’s caption read, while Lanez wrote, “Toronto… I Told U.”

The feud between Drake and Tory Lanez dates back to 2010 when Lanez issued a challenge to Drake, claiming that if the “Gyalchester” rapper heard his music and didn’t like it, he would pay Drake $10,000. Drizzy never acknowledged the challenge which led to Lanez harboring ill will.

In 2015, Lanez released his mixtape “The New Toronto,” which some saw as a shot at Drake. The “6 God” rapper eventually mentioned Lanez’s mixtape in his song “Summer Sixteen,” rapping, “All you boys in the new Toronto want to be me a little / All your exes know I like my O’s with a V in the middle.”

The two continued dissing each other in interviews, social media and songs, which ended with Drake calling out Lanez on the 2017 song “Do Not Disturb.” Drake rapped, “If we do a song it’s like takin’ my kids to work with me / You overnight celebrity, you one day star / Swear ‘I Told You.’”

While the feud between the two never became a major hip-hop beef, Lanez believes the feud was blown out of proportion. During a 2016 interview with “Sway In the Morning,” Tory said, “[It] ain’t got nothing to do with nobody else. I think people just took this whole situation out of proportion. For me personally, it’s like at the end of the day I’m just here to be number one. I don’t have no personal problems with anybody.”

Tory Lanez is currently on tour with Future for the Nobody Safe Tour. Check out the dates below:

May 23 – Xfinity Center – Mansfield, Massachusetts

May 24 – Darien Lake Amphitheater – Darien Center, New York

May 25 – Keybank Pavilion – Burgettstown, Pennsylvania

May 27 – Blossom Music Center – Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio

May 31 – Riverbend Music Center – Cincinnati, Ohio

June 1 – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – St. Louis, Missouri

June 2 – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – Chicago, Illinois

June 3 – Klipsch Music Center – Indianapolis, Indiana

June 4 – Sprint Center – Kansas City, Missouri

June 7 – Rogers Place – Edmonton, Alberta

June 9 – Rogers Arena – Vancouver, British Columbia

June 10 – Bonnaroo – Manchester, Tennessee

June 13 – Shoreline Amphitheatre – Mountain View, California

June 14 – Toyota Amphitheatre – Sacramento, California

June 15 – Shoreline Amphitheatre – Mountain View, California

June 22 – Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion – Houston, Texas

June 23 – Austin360 Amphitheater – Austin, Texas

June 24 – Starplex Pavilion – Dallas, Texas