Meek Mill and Drake

Drake Says Meek Mill Had the 'Best Comeback of All Time'

  /  03.01.2019

DC and OVO reunited on stage again last night.

Meek Mill brought out Drake during the latest stop on his “Motivation Tour” at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles on Thursday (Feb. 28). The crowd erupted in cheers when the 6 God hit the stage to perform their Championships collaboration “Going Bad,” which was recently certified platinum.

Drake also shared some kind words about his former rival. “I want everybody in Los Angeles right now to make some noise for this motherfu**in’ man right here, killing the whole year,” Drake told the sold-out crowd.

“You definitely had the best comeback of all time,” he added, referencing Soulja Boy’s claim that he had the “biggest comeback of 2018.”

“That’s my motherfu**in’ brother right there for real,” continued Drizzy. “Sometimes I see a lot of people that don’t understand this, but I’ma let ya’ll know in life this is what it’s about. Sometimes you gotta come together and get it together. That’s what it’s about. So I want you to remember that in your own personal situations. This is the goal. This is the objective. Now I’m back on stage with my brother. We getting money together.”

Before leaving, Drake treated the audience to his verse on “Sicko Mode” with Meek playing hype man.

Drizzy wasn’t the only surprise guest. The Dreamchasers MC also brought out YG, Nipsey Hussle, and PnB Rock during Thursday’s star-studded show at the Palladium.

Meek’s “Motivation Tour” continues through March 24 in Atlanta with special guests Lil Durk and Kash Doll.


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