Earlier this morning, reports surfaced that Megan Thee Stallion’s team isn’t happy at all, that Tory Lanez appeared on stage with DaBaby, at the Rolling Loud festival, last weekend. DaBaby’s performance there in Miami came less than an hour after Megan’s, and her team cited how there is a restraining order, where it states that Tory cannot be 100 feet near Megan, as she was still backstage, and he wasn’t booked to perform.
Now, Lanez is sounding off on social media about his own thoughts. The Toronto artist wondered when rap got to a point of being so politically correct, that people can’t speak their minds anymore.
“When did rap get so politically correct that u can’t speak your mind and have an opinion …. why the fuck was rap started ?… for us to speak our mind …. rappers will not always be right, and u don’t have to agree . But they have a right to speak their mind.”
Soon, a user on Twitter asked Tory “Since when can rappers shoot girls on the feet?” This is in regards to Tory allegedly shooting Megan last July, in Los Angeles. Tory then replied to the fan, questioning them about having any proof that he was the one who actually shot Megan. There is also still no trial date, after Tory plead not guilty in mid-November to felony assault.
“Since when have u had ACTUAL evidence that I did that ??? I’ll wait ..” said Tory on his Twitter feed.
Tory also turned 29 a few days ago, and celebrated by putting out his new “We Outside” EP. That became his fifth project since the spring of 2020.
Check out Tory Lanez clapping back at a Twitter user about the Megan Thee Stallion shooting allegations against him below.