Lil Mama is grateful that JAY-Z and Alicia Keys have forgiven her for crashing their 2009 VMA performance of “Empire State of Mind.”

On Wednesday (Dec. 22), the “Lip Gloss” emcee took to Instagram to share a snippet of Hov speaking about the incident on Twitter Spaces on Tuesday night (Dec. 21). “I appreciate hearing this portion of last night’s conversation,” she captioned the post. “This has always been my stance, Love. Love for both my big brother, big sister and my city. It brings clarity to all of us as a community to actually hear these words from our legendary leaders in music.”

Lil Mama added, “Hip Hop has always been a culture to me, not just music.. with that, I believe fellowship is very important to cultural growth. Reaching out to say you can do better or even to say your doing great can make the world of difference. Thanks #JayZ and @aliciakeys for using your voices in this conversation. Hopefully, we can have one together soon.”

The “Shawty Get Loose” emcee’s post comes after JAY broke his silence on the performance. He said that he forgave her for joining him and Keys on stage, however, he would not recommend people “jumping on other artists’ stages.”

“She’s a New Yorker… She got excited,” the 4:44 rapper added. “Things happen. Of course, we love her… yes, she’s forgiven. It’s all love, and she was coming from a place of love it’s just… may have been a little too excited.”

Earlier this year, Lil Mama said she privately reached out to both Keys and JAY to apologize about storming the stage, however, neither party got back to her.

Check out Lil Mama’s post below.