Rapper Megan Thee Stallion named Tory Lanez as an assailant last Thursday during a shooting incident which took place on 12 July.
Rapper Megan Thee Stallion named Tory Lanez as an attacker last Thursday in an incident of shooting which took place on the 12th of July.
- T.I went to Lanez live on Instagram, for the shameful shooting of a woman.
- J.R. Smith hit everyone who supported Lanez in the sports world. He wrote a story on Instagram.
- Musician Kehlani not only spoke but also decided to take action, removing his collaboration from her album.
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Megan announced on the Instagram Live session. She described what happened after Tory Lanez and his bodyguard left a party at Kylie Jenner’s mansion.
Lanez allegedly shot at the feet of Megan while trying to leave the vehicle. She was left with two firearms injuries.
Tory and his team began spreading false information about the incident to cover up the crime he had committed. Megan took a fairly serious offence and decided to expel him as an assailant.
During the emotional Instagram live, Megan said, “Yes, this n***a Tory shot me. You shot me, and you got your publicist and your people going to these blogs, lying and shit. Stop lying. Why lie? I don’t understand. I tried to keep the situation off the internet, but you’re dragging it.”
She said the surgery to remove the bullets was “horrible” and “the worst experience of my life”.
Megan opens up on the shooting incident
A source familiar with Megan said the misinformation pushed her to open up. First, she is said to have been pressured not to reveal who attacked her.
Source of Page Six reported, “Megan is not going to name names, she’s not going there – she does not plan to talk to the police. She was defending herself. Everyone in her camp and Tory’s camp will close very quickly. But lies were being spread and she was not going to support it. ”
According to this source, Megan’s claim that her injuries were fake was a false story, pushing the story straight.
Tory Lanez responds to Megan
Tory Lanez has been very quiet since Megan revealed. However, he responded subtly by liking the tweet of former NFL player Larry Johnson.
Johnson tweeted, “Ladies, if you date a man who coined the term ‘Demon Time,’ and you get shot by him during Demon Hours, be accountable for YOUR stupidity. #toreylanez”
It also indicates that Tory was indeed the perpetrator, as well as being an offensive example of victim blame.
Tory Lanez then decided to like the questionable, and worse, a post of a tweet on TheShadeRoom Instagram account.
The rumours account immediately took a screenshot of the rapper’s account wanting the post and released the image. For now, Lanez unliked this post.
Musicians rush to support Megan
The majority of those who talk about this incident are in full support of Megan Thee Stallion. She was shot while unarmed and tried to escape from the attacker. There is not much moral ambiguity about the situation.
As such, numerous musicians and notable celebrities hold Tory Lanez accountable. Clifford Joseph Harris Jr alias TI went to Lanez live on Instagram, for the shameful shooting of a woman. Chance the Rapper said he hopes Megan will get speedy justice against Lanez.
Kehlani has not only decided to speak but has also decided to take action and to remove his collaboration from her album.
J.R. Smith slammed everybody who supported Lanez in the sporting world. He wrote about a story on Instagram. “This clown shoots a female an [sic] y’all listening to his music like it’s okay! Tf @torylanez you a straight [clown].”
Many also rushed to point out a clear misconception in dealing with this crime. In the aftermath of the shocking incident, people on social media sites also made fun of memes and mocked the shooting of Megan Thee Stallion.
Since then, people have been sceptical of Megan’s story and trying to criticize her.
Actor Michael B. Jordan has come to Megan’s defence letter, “Meg I appreciate your courage, I appreciate you for speaking up. We must support black women, protect black women, and trust black women.”
Actress Halle Berry wrote, “Peace. Security. Respect. For all black women. As always. @theestallion, we stand with you. “