Tory Lanez Offers His Perspective On "Money Over Fallouts"

Carla Harmon
September 25, 2020

On Sept. 24, Lanez revealed that he would use his Instagram as a platform to share his side of the story.

The 17-track project titled "Daystar" comes weeks after ex-friend Megan Thee Stallion confirmed him as her shooter on the night in question. Not only did he apologize to his fans for being silent, but he also promised he will say something 9 PM PST tonight.

In a new album released on Friday, Tory Lanez dismissed the allegations that he had shot rapper Megan Thee Stallion earlier this year in Los Angeles.

Throughout DAYSTAR, he repeatedly references the backlash against him (and includes samples of people talking about the incident), mentions Megan's Instagram Live comments about him, and generally references "cancel culture".

On Tory's record "Sorry But I Had to.", which appears on the effort that was released at midnight today (Sept. 25), he references Dream and claims she hasn't been able to snag a hit record. "Got my phone number too, you coulda called me / But you movin' like we ain't even crew, and you'd not rather hear my views?"

"I didn't tell the police nothing because I didn't want us to get in no more trouble", she said. According to Complex, T.I. revealed that he had a conversation with Lanez.

"Listen, I don't know, man". In his words, "None the less s**t should have never happened and I can't change what did". "I said, 'Well, you need to be saying something, bruh". Those that stand for Megan will remain adamantly against him, while his loyal fans will appreciate his perspective on the situation. You got to say something, bruh.' If you ain't going to say nothing, you can't expect nobody else to. "You shot me, and you got your publicist and your people to these blogs lying and shitt, stop lying!"

Lanez has yet to be charged in the incident.

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