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Ludacris confirms beef with Drake is long settled

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Ludacris (left) said he’s on good terms with Drake (right).



Consider any beef between Ludacris and Drake officially squashed.

Ludacris confirmed he and his fellow big-name rapper are on good terms — a few days after Drake told the "Number One Spot" artist he has "a lot of love" for him during the Billboard Music Awards.

"Yeah, everything is good," Ludacris told the Daily News in a recent interview.

Drake brought attention to their under-the-radar quarrel during last Sunday's award show when he gave an unexpected shout-out to the rapper from Atlanta during an acceptance speech.

"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. "I want to let you know that face to face, while I'm still here."

But apparently the two had already worked out their differences before Drake publically made amends.

"We had a conversation before he even did that," says Ludacris, who makes his debut as host of the new “Fear Factor” on Tuesday.

The feud was rumored to have started in 2010 due to an interview Drake did with AllHipHop, during which he called out artists who mimicked the "Supa Dupa" style of rapping that heavily employed punchlines used by him, Big Sean and Lil Wayne at the time, according to Billboard.

Many suspected that Drake was referring in part to Ludacris, and both artists appeared to reference the acrimony in songs over the subsequent years.

CREDIT: DAILY NEWS

 

 

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