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The Birdman v. Lil Wayne beef appears all but over. The duo appeared on stage last night at Club LIV in Miami, where Birdman attempted to pour his drink on Weezy less than six months ago. This time around, Birdman stood on stage and spoke to the crowd, brandishing a red solo cup with Wayne at his side. 

"This my motherfucking son," he said, pointing to Wayne, "and I'mma die for him, I'mma live for him, and I'mma motherfucking kill for him. That ain't gonna never change, nigga. It's YMCMB for life."

He then called out an unnamed party -- who DJ Akademiks postulates is Rick Ross -- for talking shit over the course of the last few months. "But you bitch niggas that be saying my name, pull up! And I ain't gonna pull up talking. You heard me. believe that. Rich Gang for life, nigga." At this point, "Stuntin On My Daddy" began booming throughout the club.

The reconciliation process seemingly began less than a month ago, when the duo were spotted partying together at Drake's New Year's Eve bash, and reportedly met in private that week to discuss Wayne's current $51 million lawsuit against Birdman. Last week, he posted a picture of him posing with Lil Wayne with the caption, "#CMB4Life." Video Below........