LL Cool J performed at Hot 97’s holiday show at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., on Friday (Dec. 19), and brought out an unexpected guest -- Canibus!

For those who don’t know, LL and Canibus had a heated feud back in 1997. The duo performed ‘4,3,2,1,’ the track that sparked the feud.

The Queens native was dressed in all black with a matching leather jacket emblazoned with bling-bling lettering of “G.O.A.T.” -- Greatest of All Time -- and dookie gold rope chain.

It looks LL and Canibus squashed their beef as they rapped their verses from the Erick Sermon-produced song. At the end of their performance, LL turned to Canibus and told him that his rap career is starting over again.

We don’t know if Canibus can parlay this great hip-hop moment into a rap career, but it’s good to see two lyrical warriors end their conflict peacefully onstage.

Watch the video above.

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