The R&Beef is over.
Taking a page from the Drake and Tory Lanez book, PARTYNEXTDOOR and Jeremih have seemingly made peace.
Early Friday (May 19), Jeremih shared a photo of himself and PND at the ASCAP Pop Music Awards. Jeremih is holding up an ASCAP plaque for “Oui” while Party holds his own for writing Rihanna and Drake’s “Work.” The caption reads: “Foolin’ with mi foola.”
Last year, the frequent collaborators embarked on their controversial “Summer’s Over Tour.” Eventually, Jeremih was dropped from the trek after fans claimed he used a stunt double at a concert and dissed PND onstage.
“PARTYNEXTDOOR and his crew are some bitch-ass ni**as,” he told fans. “Scream for PARTYNEXTDOOR now. Y’all better cheer for him now. Tell him to press them fuckin’ fake-ass buttons…He ain’t even singing y’all songs. That shit weak as hell…This ni**a been trying to stop me since this tour started. He can’t stop me. Can’t stop us, ni**a!”
Live Nation later issued a statement announcing his departure from the tour. “We’ve decided it’s best for the ‘Summer’s Over Tour’ to continue without Jeremih, effective immediately,” read the statement. “After multiple incidents we are left with no other choice. We do not support these actions or take these actions lightly.”
Despite the past beef, it looks like peace prevailed.