Tyga attends the Def Jam Pre-Grammy 2019 party at Catch LA sponsored by Courvoisier, Puma, Klasse 14 and Tik Tok in West Hollywood, California, Feb. 8, 2019. Getty Images/Presley Ann

Tyga, who was involved in a scuffle at Floyd Mayweather's 42nd birthday party, took to his Instagram account late Sunday to tell his fans he made peace with those he was involved in a fight with. The rapper's Instagram story shows a photo of him along with five others, with a caption: "No rap cap. Real street s---. Sat down face 2 face & spoke, & turned it into some real men s---. All love. Back 2 the bag."

On Saturday night, videos surfaced showing Tyga being dragged out of Mayweather's birthday party by his neck. The fight involving the 29-year-old “Taste” rapper broke out after a disagreement. After things turned physical, Tyga was dragged outside by security while shouting, “Alright bro, chill out,” the video shows. When he was being manhandled by the security, the rapper reached for a gun. The man did not let the rapper have the weapon, though he made numerous attempts. The incident took place at the Sunset Room in Hollywood.

The video later shows Tyga calming down and entering his vehicle.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department told People magazine that there was no record of a police report being filed as a result of the incident.

The latest incident comes days after Tyga made headlines after coming under fire from ex Blac Chyna — with whom he shares son King Cairo, 6 — over their child support arrangements. She slammed the rapper saying he doesn't pay her child support and she's "sick of that s---."

Meanwhile, Tyga's appearance at Mayweather's party came after Chyna reportedly called it quits with her boyfriend Soulja Boy. TMZ reported that Chyna and Soulja "got into a huge argument about Tyga, in which they started bickering about each other's true intentions in their relationship."