It looks like Atlanta was the place to be this past weekend. On Saturday (June 17), Gucci Mane took the stage at local radio station 107.9's Birthday Bash concert, and at some point during his performance, he invited Migos, Lil Wayne2 Chainz and Nicki Minaj onstage with him.

When Quavo, Takeoff and Offset took the stage, they performed their Gucci-assisted Culture single, "Slippery." Some time later, the Hair Weave Killer took the stage to perform "Good Drank," a track featuring Quavo and Guwop. And that was just the beginning.

In one of the best parts of his set, Gucci then had Weezy take the stage. The Young Money boss started things off with an energetic performance of his hit 2008 single, "A Milli." Later on, he performed his Guwop-assisted classic "Steady Mobbin." At eight years old, the song's officially reached throwback status, and seeing the two perform the track feels legendary.

Of course, Gucci and the aforementioned artists weren't the only acts to perform at Birthday Bash this weekend.

That same day, Remy Ma stopped through and performed "Lean Back," and after her, Nicki Minaj—whom Remy has beefed with for the last few months—took the stage and performed her Remy diss "No Frauds."

While some of the concert attendees reported Remy was still in the building when Nicki performed the track, the Terror Squad member quickly responded on Instagram, providing a shot of paperwork that stipulated she had to leave the venue as soon as she was done performing—which was before Nicki took the stage.

Peep a recap of the concert in the video shot by photography mastermind Joe Moore below. Migos take the stage at the very beginning of the video. 2 Chainz comes on stage at around 1:00 mark, and Weezy pops up at 2:39.

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