Lil Wayne and Birdman spotted hugging and chatting following public feud

Though their reconnection at Miami's Club LIV seems genial, how much the ice has thawed between the two will be further indicated with Carter V's eventual outcome.

Kahron Spearman

After years entrenched in a long-running feud, a new video at Club LIV in Miami, via The Shade Room (h/t appears to show that Birdman and Lil Wayne's relationship could be arcing toward functional improvement. 

Of course, what will arise from any talk of reconciliation between the two, will be the discussion regarding the likelihood of the Carter V release, an album that's been shelved for at least two years.

While they have doubtless undergone their fair shares of trials and reconciliations, it would appear that they are once again, at the very least, on "hugging terms.

Of course, much of their beef is over wages, specifically the $51 million that Wayne has sued Birdman's Cash Money Records for, citing his allegation that Birdman had violated their recording contract and cheated him out of income, per

The hug and their inaudible verbal exchange appeared pure and amicable, although this definitely would not indicate their legal proceedings have cleared.