Eminem joins Drake onstage in Detroit, quashing feud rumors

Rapper Drake speaks during introductions before the NBA All-Star Game 2016 at the Air Canada Centre on February 14, 2016 in Toronto, Ontario.

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Where better to end a feud than on the stage in your hometown? Eminem made a surprise cameo at Drake’s Detroit concert on Tuesday night, putting an end to the rumors that the two rappers had a beef.

As he took to the stage, the Detroit native shouted, “Detroit, make some motherf**king noise for Drake!” as Drake bowed down to him.

The “Hotline Bling” emcee then declared, “Make some noise for the greatest rapper to ever get on a microphone,” as the crowd roared.

Eminem, whose real name is Marshall Mathers, made his surprise appearance as part of Drake’s Summer Sixteen Tour featuring rapper Future.

Rumors of a feud between the two started with Eminem’s Slaughterhouse group mate Joe Budden, who has been at-odds with Drake since publicly insulting his newest album, Views. Things escalated when a DJ claimed he’d gotten word that Eminem was making an album dedicated to insulting Drake.

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Though Mathers is known for calling out other celebs in his lyrics, the DJ later claimed it was a joke.

Eminem’s cameo came toward the end of the lengthy show and he spit several verses of his 2007 song, “Forever,” which originally featured a collaboration with Kanye West and Lil Wayne as well as Drake.