"I don't wanna hear about this ever again, not even when she tell him that they better as friends," says rapper Drake in his song "Back-to-Back" which is a diss track directed at Meek Mill.

Luckily, it seems that we won't hear about it ever again.

Meek Mill posted a concession speech of sorts on Instagram on Thursday taking blame for the beef with Drake and bowing out gracefully.

In case you've been living in a cave for the past few weeks, the whole fiasco started when Meek Mill went on a Twitter rampage one night, asking Drake to promote his album which Drake sings on a track called "R.I.C.O." on. When Drake didn't oblige, Mill told his followers that Drake doesn't even write his own songs.

Drake didn't respond with words, but rather with a diss track called "Charged Up," fans didn't gravitate towards the track, and Mill himself called the song "soft." That led to Drake dropping a second diss track called "Back-to-Back."

This time there was no denying who was the winner of the feud. Meek Mill tried to release a comeback diss called, "I Wanna Know," but by then it was too late. The Internet, and Hip-Hop fans across the globe had already crowned Drake the winner of the beef.

Sales of both artists albums have gone in different directions since the feud began with Drake's sales od his album "If You're Reading This It's Too Late," up 12 percent whereas Mee Mill's sales have dropped 40 percent.

Drake had been preparing for the OVO music festival in Toronto during the feud and trolled Meek Mill when he went on stage and performed "Back to Back," live. Drake used a power point presentation with memes from the feud display behind him and even wore a "Free Meek Mill" T-shirt.