After stumbling into each other on the road, T.I. and Boosie Badazz appear to have put their recent argument behind them.

On Sunday, April 9, a picture of the two Southern rap icons standing next to each other and chit-chatting at an airport appeared online.

The two reportedly ran into one other at St. Louis Lambert International Airport in The Gateway City, where they played together the previous night as part of the Legends Never Die event at the Enterprise Center alongside Jeezy, Nelly, Twista, and other artists.

Boosie and Tip haven’t announced a reconciliation, but the picture suggests they get along well.

Boosie Badazz called T.I. a “rat” for confessing he had blamed a gun case on his dead cousin to escape going to jail, which ignited the pair’s argument in February.

The Baton Rouge rapper, a vocal opponent of snitching, also called off the release of their joint album since Tip’s confession “ruined everything.”

Later, the Grand Hustle leader asserted that he “embellished” the account of his deceased relative, adding “humor” and “sarcasm” that Boosie missed, and he shared a picture of court records ostensibly demonstrating his innocence.

Related: T.I. Says He Was Joking About Snitching On His Dead Cousin

At a “paperwork party” he hosted in his hometown of Atlanta, the King rapper was later seen waving about those papers and calling Boosie out for ostensibly disregarding his invitation to “pull up.”

You hear me when I say, “I just don’t like for an n-gga to God damn get fly then get shy”? T.I. made a statement there. “My n-gga, I’m right here in the middle. Come on if you have anything to say about me, if you believe it to be something that it isn’t. One way to explain it is to pull up, and I’ll show you what you’re searching for.

He continued: “And then after you see what you need to see, then it’s on you now. We’re going to straighten it out because your chip and jaw were both too far dipped.

But in a March interview with TMZ, T.I. played down any “beef” between him and Boosie, saying the “Wipe Me Down” rapper has “come to terms” with the fact that he “misspoke.”

Rappers other than T.I. and Boosie Badazz have also been known to bury the hatchet while in the air. Freddie Gibbs said last year that he and Jeezy ended their long-running feud following a chance encounter at the airport.

“I saw Jeezy and his wife at the airport. I had my girl with me. We hugged, shook hands, and said, “Man, salute,” Gibbs recalled in a Bootleg Kev interview. It was just, “Damn,” I think that was a relief for both of us.

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“We traded numbers, boarded the same plane, and that was that. I believe it to be one of the most beautiful things ever. I had to, like, see him even though I had put it behind me. And then you realize that it wasn’t truly nothing when you look back. That music argument was freaking awful.


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