2019 American Music Awards

Future Reunites With Rocko Onstage During Atlanta Tour Stop

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Future and Rocko attend the BET Hip Hop Awards 2011 at the Boisfeuillet Jones Atlanta Civic Center on Oct. 1, 2011 in Atlanta. 

Future put his longstanding feud with Rocko to rest during Sunday's Legendary Nights Tour stop in Atlanta. Hendrix capped off his headlining set by having his now-former adversary join him onstage to perform their 2013 "Chosen One" collab together, which was a moment to behold for those in attendance.

The ATL duo's business relationship became acriminious back in 2016, when Future inked a deal with Epic Records, which Rocko took as a breach of Future's 2011 contract with his A1 Recordings label. Rocko responded in early 2017 by filing a $10 million lawsuit against Future, which would snowball into an ugly back-and-forth in the public eye.

"When n---as go broke they do dumb shit," Future said in response to the suit. Rocko claimed to have Future on the hook for his first six albums. Cooler heads prevailed as the pair would settle the dispute for an unknown amount out of court, but they went their separate ways as friends -- until Sunday. 

Future's set also included appearances from fellow Atlanta rap staples Lil Baby, 2 Chainz and 21 Savage as special guests for the night. 

Check out the clip of Future and Rocko reuniting onstage below. 


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