Peace Signs: Ludacris confirms his beef with Drake is officially over 


When he’s not busy being showered with awards and accolades for his undeniable musical gifts, Drake is out here salsa dance-stomping out the fiery flames of his scattered rap feuds left and right.

On the heels of publicly making amends with fellow Toronto reppin rival, Tory Lanez last week, Drizzy’s longtime foe, Ludacris, revealed that their seven-year stint of exchanging shady lyrical slings and super sloppy side-eyes has too officially come to a close.

While chopping it up with the New York Daily News, MTV’s 39-year-old Fear Factor host said “Yeah, everything is good,” between himself and the 30-year-old “No Long Talk” talent–who brought attention to their once-contentious, yet lowkey, warring during his acceptance speech at the Billboard Music Awards on May 21.

“Ludacris, we haven’t always seen eye to eye, but I’ve always been a big fan of yours and I got a lot of love for you,” Drake said as he collected on of his 13 BBMA honors. “I want to let you know that face to face, while I’m still here.”

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And while, for us, the Champagne Papi’s wave of the white flag via his unexpected shoutout to Luda was the first sign of civility between the two emcees in years, the Atlanta native claims they privately made peace in prior to that night.
“We had a conversation before he even did that,” the “Number One Spot” spitter said.
Drake and Ludacris fell out due to an interview in which the Young Money soldier sneakily trolled the Fast And Furious star for adopting (and destroying) the “Supa Dupa” style of rap popularized by himself, Nicki Minaj, and Big Sean.

“A bunch of rappers started doing it, and using the most terrible references in the world,” the 6god told AllHipHop in 2010.
“I don’t want to offend somebody. I hate that rappers picked that flow up. I wish they had left that for people that know how to use it. [They go like], ‘It’s a parade! MACYS!,'” he added referring to Ludacris’ 2010 hit “My Chick Bad” featuring Minaj.

Following that interview, the battling rappers unabashedly traded subtle insults in the media and came at each other’s necks on tracks…. until now.


By : Asia Grace

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