Meek Mill is back in the winner's circle after dropping his new Championships album. The LP features a guest appearance from former nemesis Drake, whom he officially squashed his beef with in September. Coming off that reunion, it sounds like Meek would also be willing to work on music with another artist he previously had beef with, The Game.

On Friday (Nov. 30), the Philly rapper conducted an #AskMeek session on Twitter and encouraged fans to offer queries for him to respond to on the social media app. After taking several questions, one Twitter user asked, "Is there any chance you and @TheGame making music together again?"

Meek's answer was simple. "Yeah why not!!!" he replied, clearly no longer sweating their past issues.

Meek Mill and The Game's beef was one of the biggest hip-hop squabbles of 2016. The origin of the issues stem from The Game believing Meek told police he robbed Sean Kingston of $300,000 worth of jewelry in a Los Angeles nightclub. Chuck continued to call Meek out, the "What's Free" rapper didn't back down and the two went back and forth well into 2017. The beef was never publicly squashed and eventually died down, especially after Meek was locked up toward the end of the year.

Game has yet to respond to the talk of collabing with Meek on Twitter.

Check out Meek's post below.

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