A dope hip-hop moment happened last night (July 23) in Las Vegas when 50 Cent and former nemesis Fat Joe partied together along with Fif's frenemy Floyd Mayweather Jr.

There was a point in time when if 50 Cent and Fat Joe were in the same club at the same time it'd be a better chance of pistols popping than bottles. Their issue dates back to 2004 when Joey Crack appeared on Ja Rule's song "New York." 50, who was heavily beefing with Ja and Murda Inc at the time, took the guest appearance as a slight and set his sights on Joe too. The feud spawned a number of diss records and tough talk.

The beef simmered down as the years passed and the two ended their beef at the 2012 BET Hip-Hop Awards in honor of their late mutual friend Chris Lighty. Two years later, they appeared on the same DJ Kay Slay track "Free Again.". However, the two never actually recorded the song together.

Now things definitely seem to be all good between 50 and Joe as they partied and laughed the night away at Drai's. "Man I had fun tonight, I forgot I was working Joe did his thing," 50 captioned a picture of all three entertainers.

50 and Floyd's situation is altogether different. Over the years, they've appear to be best friends one moment and enemies the next. They squashed their petty beef last year and it looks they are still on good terms as well.

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