Tory Lanez Releases New Album, Denies Shooting Megan Thee Stallion And Gets Slammed For It
Just when people thought Tory Lanez was getting ready to tell his side of the story about the incident involving Megan Thee Stallion , he actually dropped a new album. And what really frustrated his fans was that he teased them Thursday evening on Twitter, saying “To my fans … I’m sorry for my silence …. but respectfully .. I got time today …… 9 PM PST.”
What did he reveal? Fans believed he would go live at 9 PM PST on Thursday, but actually, the 28-year-old rapper shared a photo of his album cover, captioning it “There is a time to stay silent. And a time to speak ….. I said all I could say on this … ALL PLATFORMS … in 5 MINUTES …..”
Right after that, his album got released, and he did speak up through one of his songs. There were a lot more details than we had imagined. However, fans commented that Lanez was “capitalizing on the situation by releasing a song.”
Fans said they had expected to hear him address the situation in a live on Instagram. The song “Money Over Fallouts” contains lyrics in which he denies shooting Megan, although she claimed he did it. Here are some of the lyrics captured by TheShadeRoom on Instagram:
Tory also added in other lines that it was “Megan people trying to frame me for a shooting but them boys ain’t clean enough.” He also included some details on the night the, Megan and Kylie Jenner were in a pool.
In the same song, he admits having a crush on Kylie Jenner. Then, he says he had a relationship with her, bonding over their pain of losing their mothers:
“Will we ever talk about this? Or will we ever console again? Or will we keep on acting like I put you in danger and some pain? And when you hopped back in the car with me you knew everything was safe.”