The formerly feuding hip-hop stars, who were allegedly involved in an NYC nightclub brawl that went down in June 2012 reportedly over Rihanna, have apparently made peace with each other—so much so that they're even "hanging in the studio together," according to Facebook post by Breezy (which has since been deleted).
"Hanging with Drake in the studio," the 24-year-old pop star posted early Thursday, seemingly hinting at a collaboration between the "Started From The Bottom" rapper and the "Run It" singer.
The friendly photo is a still shot from a video posted on Brown's website, The Chris Brown Channel, which shows the Grammy-award winning artist working in the studio with a number of famous faces, including Justin Bieber, will.i.am, Big Sean, T-Pain, Nelly, Tyga, Brandy, The Game, Lupe Fiasco and most notably, Drake, who can even be heard saying "this is big, man" as he listens to one of Breezy's tracks.
It's unclear when the footage was taken, and no further information was provided regarding the nature of the apparent collaborations, although many are speculating that Drake may appear on C.B.'s upcoming album X, which is due out in November.
The rumored collaboration comes on the heels of reports claiming Drake and Breezy have since buried the hatchet at the iHeart Radio Festival in August, where they were reportedly seen joking around and hugging each other after Brown's set.
RiRi's exes have seemingly reconciled just over a year after the star's were allegedly involved in a violent bar brawl at the W.i.P nightclub in NYC in June 2012.
At the time, Drake denied his involvement in the altercation, while Brown claimed he and his friends "were victims of a brutal attack."
Neither party was charged in the brawl after a police investigation.
Drake later opened up to GQ about his reported feud with Brown, calling their beef "embarrassing."
"I wish we could sit down, just like you and me are right now, and talk it out man-to-man. But that's not going to happen," he said in June. "I'm not confrontational, but if someone challenges, I'm not going to back down."
He added: "Two rappers fighting over the woman. He's not even a rapper, but still, it's the last way you want your name out there," the erstwhile Degrassi: The Next Generation star said. "It distracts from the music. But he's made me the enemy, and that's the way it's gonna stay, I guess."
Looks like the twosome has since changed their tune.