Drake and Rhianna made a young cancer patient’s wish come true during a stop in Miami on the singer’s Anti tour. A 14-year-old named Megan, who has progressive metastasized sarcoma and lives in Florida, met the duo backstage last week through the Make A Wish Foundation, according to the foundation’s representative. Megan wrote, “BEST DAY OF MY Life! I MET THE LOML.” He was so sweet and down to earth. Gave me and my family some OVO clothing. BEST DAY EVER. NO LIE. @champagnepapi LOVE YOU! Drake Snap chatted his meeting with Megan, even planting a kiss on the cheek. Drake wrote, “This is the best Snap chat I’ve ever done before.” He added, “It’s all love.” The Make Wish Foundation representative said Megan’s wish was to meet Drake because he is her favorite singer and she has listened to his music throughout her diagnosis and treatment. Drake and Rhianna surprised South Beach with a rendition of their hit “Work” that evening. Without a doubt, Cash Money fans were excited when Lil Wayne, Birdman and Juvenile reunited on the Mannie Fresh produced collaboration “Hate”. During a recent interview with Genius, Mannie was candid about putting the project together and shared an update on Wayne and Baby’s relationship by saying that everything isn’t resolved between the two. He added that he told the two, “We can resolve all that behind the curtain, but for now, let’s make some music for the people.” When it all started coming together, the brotherly love came out. We did the song, then, I wish you the best. We should do it more often.” Fresh admitted that while he has other songs with Wayne and Juvenile in the vaults, it’s difficult to get the gang together for a collaborative project. In the meantime, Fresh has a forthcoming project due on Mass Appeal Records. Singer/songwriter/producer R Kelly will hit the road in support of his 12th No.1 and 13th studio album “The Buffet”. The 40 city tour will begin on April 21 in Cincinnati and stop in major cities such as Chicago, Miami, Dallas and Atlanta. Tickets for the Buffet Tour will be available for purchase on March 25 at Ticketmaster. Young Thug has made his feelings regarding Rich Homie Quan known recently. Last week, during a show in California, the Atlanta native yelled, “F**k Rich Homie Quan” while on stage. It’s the culmination of tensions between the two Rich Gang members. In response, Rich Homie Quan took to Instagram to defuse the situation. The two artist haven’t released music together since 2014’s Rich Gang mixtape “Tha Tour Part 1.” Quan hinted last November that another Rich Gang project was coming soon, but nothing has been released yet.