Birdman and Lil Wayne may be ending their long-standing feud. On Monday (March 26), the Cash Money CEO posted a photo of himself and Weezy.

In the picture, a hooded Birdman is flexing with Lil Wayne who is puffing on a blunt and holding a double styrofoam cup. "Me and My Son" reads the caption in the photo with the hashtag "#YMCMBEAST."

This photo comes after a video surfaced of the two rap moguls hugging it out in Miami over the weekend. In the clip, Birdman hugs Wayne and say a few words to him. The Young Money leader appears to be nodding his head as if he understood what he was saying.

As you may know, Wayne is suing Birdman and Cash Money Records for $51 million. Last year, Wayne filed an amended petition to his legal case claiming that Birdman, Cash Money and Universal Music Group conspired to withhold profits he should've received from Young Money artists Nicki Minaj and Drake.

Last February, the 49-year-old rap mogul appeared on the Wendy Williams Show and told Wendy that he and Wayne will resolve their issues. "At some point in life you're going to see me and Wayne working again," he said.

While the photo looks promising, there's no official word on if the oft-delayed Tha Carter V album will see a release this year.

Nevertheless, fans are optimistic that Birdman and Lil Wayne will overcome their differences and resume their partnership.

Read the fans' tweets below.

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