In a turn of events, Jay Electronica has apologized for dissing Kendrick Lamar and 50 Cent back in February.

Yesterday (April 23), the NOLA rapper was apparently on a good vibe and was in the mood of giving people props on Twitter. After shouting out the likes of Solange, Chris Brown and PartyNextDoor for their contributions to the culture, he moved on the bigging up Angela Yee and Charlamagne Tha God for how they handled the now famous Birdman interview.

He then moved on to apologizing to Kendrick Lamar and 50 Cent for the harsh words he had for them a few months back. "Peace to K dot and TDE because regardless to whom or what we are brothers fighting the same enemy. Forgive my past transgressions," he posted.

That was followed by the post, "Peace to 50 as well. That's my brother and I love him. I'm just waiting for him to let his greatness shine."

It appears we can partly thank Minster Louis Farrakhan for Elec's new groove. "The Minster told me to unite our people not divide them," he added.

Back in February it was a different story, however. The "Exhibit C" rapper randomly dissed Fif and K. Dot during a Periscope tirade which included him threatening to slap fire out of the Queens MC. While 50 never officially responded, Cornrow Kenny sent some shots his way via his latest project.

Okay, now that everybody is back on good terms, and all this positive energy is flowing, can we get that album please?

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