It wasn't all that exciting or that well-known, but a beef between Drake and Ludacris did, in fact, exist. Now, a little over a week after Drizzy publicly squashed the little-known feud at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards—which Luda was hosting—The Fate of the Furious star confirms he no longer has any issues with Toronto's favorite son.

"Yeah, everything is good," Ludacris told the New York Daily News in a recent interview. Luda went on to say they'd "had a conversation" about their past issues even before this year's Billboard Music Awards.

Luda's revelation was short and to the point, which is fitting for one of the least complex or heated beefs you'll ever hear about. That's probably the reason so many were left confused about it in the first place.

The issue all started with an interview Drizzy gave AllHipHop back in 2010. In the interview, Drizzy called for rappers besides Big Sean to abandon the hashtag flow (Big Sean has often been credited with popularizing this rapping pattern), and Ludacris—justifiably—took this to be a shot at him, and released a diss song aimed at Drizzy a short time later.

Drizzy made public amends accepting one of his many trophies at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards, saying, “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. I want to let you know that face to face, while I’m still here.”

Now that Luda's confirmed the end of their beef, consider it completely done.

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