Former foes Drake and Chris Brown play nice at pal Quincy Brown’s party

Chris Brown and Drake’s old beef has burned to a crisp.

The music stars were spotted being cordial to each other at their mutual pal Quincy Brown’s 30th birthday party in Los Angles over the weekend.

We’re told that Drake, who was one of the last guests to arrive at around 4 a.m., went up to his old foe to say “hi” after wishing Quincy a happy birthday.

Chris Brown dance battling with Quincy Brown and Christian Combs at Quincy's 30th birthday party.

A source said that Quincy — who is the son of Sean Combs and the late Kim Porter — didn’t think twice about inviting both Chris and Drake to his soirée since they have both been “family friends” for a long time.

Chris and Drake’s feud stemmed back to nearly a decade ago when the musicians were reportedly involved in a bloody brawl over Chris’ ex Rihanna.

But since then, the pair have seemingly buried the hatchet, even posting pics with each other on social media. In 2018, the “Hotline Bling” rapper invited Chris onstage during one of the LA dates of his Aubrey & The Three Amigos Tour.

Quincy Brown and Drake

Another source familiar with the situation said Drake and Chris’ relationship has been “fine for years now.”

At Quincy’s birthday, though, we’re told Drake and Chris didn’t have much of a chance to mingle since the “One Dance” rapper only stayed at the party for about 20 minutes and was swarmed by a slew of influencers and models.

“All the girls were coming up to him,” the first source said.

But Chris certainly enjoyed himself. Although he didn’t feud with Drake, he was “dance battling” with practically everyone else.

“He did not stop dancing at all,” the insider said. “He was battling everybody and even danced to some of his own songs.”

Quincy’s milestone birthday party was hosted by his famous father Diddy, whom we’re told was unable to attend due to previous work commitments in Miami.

Chris Brown dance battling with Quincy Brown and Christian Combs at Quincy's 30th birthday party.

Other notable guests included Keke Palmer, supermodel Anok Yai, Quincy’s brothers Christian Combs and Justin Combs, Bre-Z of “Empire,” Andy Hilfiger and Lil Rel Howery.

We’re told the party’s highlight was a performance by Zero Gravity Arts, a group of entertainers in robot suits who do stunts on trampolines and one-wheel skateboards.

Quincy also received a special video message from his “idol” Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.

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