This past weekend, Lil B claimed A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and his crew jumped him backstage at the Rolling Loud Bay Area festival, leading to him later cancel his set due to allegedly stolen equipment. While Based God already made it clear he was taking the forgiving route, he's now squashed all beef with the Highbridge rapper after the two had a phone call.

According to Lil B, Kilo Curt of the late Mac Dre's Thizz Entertainment group helped set up the phone call to put an end to their problems. Following the reported phone conversation, the Black Ken entertainer tweeted it was a "unity move" between the West Coast and East Coast, and that he has no problems with Boogie or his crew.

"Had to make some unity moves westcoast and Eastcoast unity had a phone call with @ArtistHBTL it’s no problems shouts out to kilo!" Lil B tweeted. "Shouts out to a boogie kilo Kurt/ Lil kilo Thizz entertainment don of Bay Area put us on phone together east coast west we united - Lil B."

Boogie also responded to Lil B's tweet, praising him for giving the rapper and his team forgiveness for the incident.

"S.o the west coast for the communication," he writes. "Not too many people got it in them to forgive that easy, as a man I gotta respect that.

Over the weekend, footage surfaced of what appeared to be A Boogie and his entourage, as well as PNB Rock, beating Lil B up behind the Rolling Loud Bay Area stage this past weekend. Based God then got on stage for his set, announcing the news of him getting jumped and forgiving the perpetrators, and told the crowd his laptop had been stolen during the incident, forcing him to cancel his performance. Rappers like Travis Scott and ScHoolboy Q quickly voiced their support for Based God following the incident.

See the tweets from Based God regarding his alleged phone call with A Boogie below.

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