Tory Lanez’s Father Says His Son Didn’t Shoot Megan Thee Stallion: This Game Ain’t Over, They’ll Realize Who Was Right & Who Was Wrong

Tory Lanez’s Father Says His Son Didn’t Shoot Megan Thee Stallion: This Game Ain’t Over, They’ll Realize Who Was Right & Who Was Wrong

The Tory Lanez and Megan The Stallion incident that took place in July has brought about many accusations, but the full story has yet to be told.

What we know is that Megan Thee Stallion was shot in her foot an identified Tory Lanez as her shooter.  While it took some time for Tory Lanez to speak out on his side of the incident, he recently put it all in his controversial 17-track album “Daystar” where he denies shooting Megan. On Money Over Fallouts, he rapped:

“Girl, you had the nerve to write that statement on an affidavit? Knowing I ain’t do it but I’m coming at my truest? Trying to keep this sh*t 200 with you, shorty, I can prove it.”

He also appears to question her injuries in the track.

“Gotta see a couple questions: how the f**k you get shot in your foot, don’t hit no bones or tendons??How the f**k your team is trying to pay me in some whole millions??I just lost like 10 million dollars because this cold business?But I got like 10 million followers that’s gon’ roll with me”

Tory Lanez’ father Sonstar, is now backing up his son.

During a recent interview Sonstar blames the media for the picture that’s been painted about Tory Lanez, adding that it’s only because they know he is not going to back down.

“You would go to that extent to put your blog or your magazine out there to see something that… but I’m saying that they’re doing it for one reason and one reason only. ‘Cause here is a young man who is not going to back down. We have seen what the industry has done other Black young men.”

Sonstar added that before Tory Lanez released his album, the world only had one view of him, now more conversations are starting to happen, seemingly changing the popular opinion about what allegedly happened that night.

“This is much bigger than Megan and Tory. This first started out as Tory versus the industry. Now, it’s taking on a life of their own and they’re scared of it because Black folks are waking up. Before the 26th of September, most people had Tory crucified. He’s guilty, he’s whatever. They did not expect what was about to happen, and now the tone of popular opinion is shifting.”

Sonstar continued and said that the truth is coming very soon, and referenced Time magazine calling Megan Thee Stallion one of the “most influential people of the year.”

“There have been a lot of lies that have already been told. I think a lot of these people, who put Megan on their front cover as the most influential person of the year and then put Tory in another page as being the poster child for how to block troublesome artists on your Spotify – I want y’all to know very clearly: This game ain’t over yet. When the stuff really starts to come out of the closet, they will realize who was right, who was wrong.”

Sonstar believes that Tory Lanez’ album was the gateway to changing the narrative about his son.

“Since Tory dropped his album, and it was good that he dropped it, now people are questioning the timing, they’re questing all of that but had he not dropped that album, what would have been happening they would have continued to heap and pile lies, upon lies, upon lies and there would be no other narrative?”
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Authored by: Demi Lobo