Meek Mill and Wale
The beef between Wale and Meek Mill is over. Pictured: Meek Mill and Wale on June 26, 2015 in Los Angeles. Getty Images

Rappers Wale and Meek Mill may have had their differences in the past, but it appears they are ready to put that behind them and end their beef.

On Thursday, the “Bad” rapper took to Twitter to reveal that he had spoken with Meek Mill, and the two were no longer feuding. “Family is family I had a good time vibin wit squad @MeekMill last night. The BS behind us we back on our hiphop this summer,” tweeted Wale.

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While Meek Mill didn’t respond to Wale’s tweet, the “DC4” rapper did post a photo of the two along with Rick Ross in honor of Ross’ upcoming album, “Rather You Than Me.” Wale’s tweet also hinted that the two would release new music in the coming months.

The Maybach Music Group labelmates last collaborated on the 2016 song “Make It Work,” but their relationship had soured in 2014 after Meek Mill called out Wale on Twitter for not supporting his album. The two went back and forth on social media until Rick Ross called for a peace treaty between the two.

After it seemed like everything was ok, the two went back to taking jabs at each other on social media in 2015. Wale always maintained there was no bad blood between the two but it seems like their problems have officially been squashed. In 2015, speaking about their beef, Wale told MTV, “We went through a little rough patch or whatever but that’s family. We’re just a brotherhood. We’re both competitive. We both want to be the best.”

Wale will be hitting the road in May for a 15-date tour, making stops in Atlanta, Houston, Los Angeles, New York and Meek Mill’s hometown of Philadelphia.