During the final leg of the 2022 Millenium Tour, Bow Wow recently praised Chris Brown for being the only true buddy he has in the music business.

Chris Brown gave Bow Wow an embrace backstage immediately following his performance at the Oakland Arena in Oakland, California. The native of Virginia attended the concert as a special guest, and Bow Wow was overjoyed to see his friend.

Bow Wow posted the image to his social media accounts along with a comment honoring his longstanding connection with Chris Breezy, which dates back to the early 2000s.

“Only friend in this business I have… and we never changed,” writes Bow Wow. “Day 1s. My dog arrived last night to support me! #millenniumtourturnedup @chrisbrown

Brown made a touching remark in his follow-up response. He captioned the Instagram post, “Love you my brother.”

The tracks “Run It (Remix),” “Shortie Like Mine,” “Ain’t Thinkin’ Bout You,” and others were recorded by Chris Brown and Bow Wow.

Bow Wow supposedly alluded to a rocky patch in their relationship in the song “Drunk Off Ciroc” in 2018.

“I skipped a show just so I could see you Chris / Day ones, me and you been through a lot of shit / No matter what you gon’ always be my little brother / And it kill me when we in public and we ain’t speaking to each other,” Bow Wow raps on the song.

Bowing in Mario, Keri Hilson, Lloyd, Pleasure P, Bobby V, Day 26, Ying Yang Twins, Dem Franchize Boyz, Crime Mob, Sammie, Chingy, Travis Porter, Lil Scrappy, and Trillville were among the performers on this iteration of the Millennium Tour who left audiences in awe.

Bow Wow threatened to cancel the tour owing to bad experiences on prior tours, therefore it almost didn’t happen.

Bow tweeted, “Too much whining and complaining on this trip. “I work nights bussing cats asses! They try to complain and steal something from me every night! I give my all, and you guys know it! I hope you all turn up together, ATL! I’ll bust your asses for the entire 45 minutes! Try me!”

Bow Weezy was also dissatisfied with his 15-minute set, which was less than those of his tour companions.

As they had a brief time backstage, the two have patched things up. Bow Wow also uploaded video of the celebration after the performance, in which a member of his crew doused him in water.

“This might be my last show,” Bow wrote, saying that the only way he’d continue is if he gets 45 minutes on stage. “I’ve had enough.”