According to radio personality Beestroh of Atlanta’s Hot 107.9, Future and Drake have resolved their differences and Future is officially back on board for Drizzy's tour.

Drake performs during the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards at the Barclays Center on August 25, 2013 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. (Photo by Rick Diamond/Getty Images for MTV)

The ATL radio station says a source close to the situation revealed that both rappers resolved their differences and come to an agreement.

As previously reported Drake kicked Future off his 'Would You Like A Tour?' North American trek after learning the rapper dissed him during a recent interview with Billboard.

Erika Ramirez, an editor for Billboard, tweeted what she claims to be a direct quote from her interview with Future where the rapper allegedly said,"Drake made an album that is full of hits but it doesn't grab you. They're not possessive; they don't make you feel the way I do."

When Drake got word of this, he put the brakes on Future being a part of the tour. Supposedly, both artists management had a pow-wow and tried to negotiate a happy medium.  The result of that was an offer for Future to stay on board, but for a lesser amount of pay.  Word has it, the 'Never End' rapper was going to bring in $40 grand per show during the 39-date tour.  In the end Future wasn't having it and threaten to sue Drake for 1.5 million in loss wages.
Future poses in the Backstage Winner's Room at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on June 30, 2013 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Mike Windle/Getty Images for BET)

By the way, before things got outta hand Future did try an defuse the confusion by sending out an apology tweet, 'Respect to Billboard, disappointed on being misquoted..always love for my fam Drizzy Drake.'

The good thing is, the two were able to talk and hatch out the misunderstanding.  On top of that, the two were said to have signed new contracts on Tuesday (Oct. 15) and everything is a go.  So fans can expect Drake’s Would You Like a Tour? to role out as planned tomorrow, Friday (Oct. 18) in Pittsburgh, Pa.
The tour will also feature Miguel and is scheduled to hit major cities like Philadelphia, Brooklyn, N.Y., Boston, Miami, Atlanta, New Orleans, Houston and Las Vegas before wrapping it up in Los Angeles on Nov. 25.  For a date close to you, check out the tour’s itinerary here.