The show, which airs on the Oprah Winfrey Network on Sunday, will feature the iconic host in an exclusive interview with 50 taking place at his grandmother's house. The powwow has been years in the making as Curtis originally mocked Oprah's lack of guest diversity back in 2006. "I think she caters to older white women," Jackson said at the time to Associated Press. "Oprah's audience is my audience's parents. So, I could care less about Oprah or her show." More recently, visiting "The View," 50 said that he named his dog Oprah so he could learn to love something with her name. "It started out negative 'cause I thought Oprah didn't like hip-hop culture," he said earlier this year. "I got the dog and now I love Oprah." Even the trailer for the interview mentions "years of feuding rumors," but we're sure the air will be cleared when the sit-down airs this Sunday (June 10).