In the world of hip hop, rivalries are as common as rap songs about being shot. The funny thing about rivalries though is that they can go away as quickly as they appear, no matter how icy relations were before hand.

Diddy and Drake are collaborating on a project

In the world of hip hop, rivalries are as common as rap songs about being shot. The funny thing about rivalries though is that they can go away as quickly as they appear, no matter how icy relations were before hand.


Such is the case with Drake and P. Diddy who have finally buried the hatchet after their alleged feud.

The two reportedly spoke on the phone with one another and have met up to talk about how much more money they could make if they weren’t fighting and were instead making merchandise together. Not a bad option considering the two hip hop moguls are huge names right now (well, at least Drake is).

From UPROXX:

 “They reportedly explored a plethora of options including collaborating on clothing, jewelry, or cigars. The duo didn’t come to an agreement or settle on one specific venture, but we shouldn’t be surprised to see something come to fruition in the near future.”

Diddy was also upset with Drake over the matter of a certain beat he allegedly stole. Check out the video of him calling the rapper out below:

Fans might also remember that P. Diddy was embroiled in another rivalry that ended in the deaths of two of hip hops most influential names: Tupac and Biggie Smalls. So it would make sense that he would have the wherewithal to end tension before it got out of hand. And it almost did. After all, Diddy reportedly punched Drake outside of a Miami club in December.

Just goes to show you, sometimes money can really bring people together.

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