The Meek Mill and Drake beef dragged on for three years but now it's a thing of the past. The two former enemies are back on good terms and have even already collabed on the track "Going Bad." According to Meek, the two rappers settling their differences was all about growing up and maturing.

Meek covers the latest issue of FootWear News, with the digital version of the interview dropping on Monday (Feb. 18). In the Q&A, Meek opens up about squashing things with Aubrey.

"Nothing lasts forever," he said. "We had something going on for two or three years, but I’m older now — I’m 31 years old. I can’t be the same way I was when I was 27 or 28. Everything about me is maturing.”

Meek and Drake publicly squashed their beef last September when Drizzy brought Meek out during his Aubrey & The Three Migos Tour stop in Boston. They doubled up the following week when Meek made a cameo during Drake's show in Philadelphia and have been back to being buds ever since.

The article also finds Meek touching on his plans to help out those stuck in the judicial system, specifically via his partnership with Puma and the Reform sneaker. Proceeds from the shoes go to benefiting criminal justice reform efforts.

“The goal is to get a million people out of the system," Meek revealed. "We have 6 million people in the system right now, and 4.4 million of them are on probation. The goal is to get people free from the system in the next five years, people who don’t belong in prison.”

Check out the full cover story on FootWear News.

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