Looks like these two have officially put their feud to rest.
Oprah Winfrey and Snoop Dogg happily posed for a photo together while attending a pre-Oscar party on Friday in Los Angeles, proving there's no bad blood between the pair, who famously butted heads seven years ago.
"Our first meeting. Say WHAAAT??!! #Oscarparty," the media mogul captioned the Instagram pic of the duo, who are beaming from ear to ear while both flashing a peace sign.
The rapper also posted the pic on his Twitter page, writing, "a boss and a queen" as he showed off the epic shot.
Snoop and Oprah's beef reportedly began back in 2007 after the TV personality spoke out about her distaste of rap music. The 60-year-old star criticized the music genre for its apparent misogynistic undertones, and, among other rappers, named Snoop as an offender.
"I don't like her no more," he reportedly responded at the time. "I really was offended, because I kind of like her. Liked her."
He also defended himself saying, "I'm very articulate, very intellectual. She didn't even get a chance to even know me."
But it looks like all of that changed over the weekend when the talk-show host rubbed elbows with the "Drop It Like It's Hot" star, who even snapped a photo with Oprah and her bestie Gayle King.
"Black history," he captioned the pic where he's sandwiched between the famous BFFs.
No word yet what Oprah thought after her initial meeting with Snoop, but she seems pretty chummy with the hip-hop star.
The 60-year-old OWN network boss isn't the only surprisingly celeb with whom Snoop's been seen with as of late. He also fist-bumped John Kerry at a White House party back in December, sharing a video which he captioned, "boss life."
Gansta luv, indeed.