Megan Thee Stallion Clarifies Why She Dropped “Shots Fired” Aimed At Tory Lanez: “Once You Made It Rap Beef, You Put It On Wax, Now I Gotta Say Something”
The track samples “Who Shot Ya” and references Tory Lanez allegedly shooting her in July.
In a recent interview the rapper says that she felt like she was being the bigger person long enough.
“Yea because it comes a time where it gets hard to be the bigger person sometimes. And at the end of the day I can’t just keep letting people walk all over me like, I can’t just keep letting people take these jabs at me, and I’m not gone say nothin. That’s just not in my nature.”
She added that she also didn’t feel the need to clear her name, because she already knew the truth.
“But when you know you’re right and you have nothing to prove you really don’t have to give a response.”
Megan Thee Stallion says that once Tory Lanez put the incident in a song, he made it a rap beef, which forced her hand in replying.
“Once you made it rap beef, you put it on wax, now I gotta say something.”
Adding that she had the song ready, but told herself to save it for her album.
I really had the song already, but I was like you know what let me just save it for the album, cuz it was ready to go the next day, but I was like you know what, let’s be calm, let’s be patient, let’s see how this plays out, and let me just wait and put it on my album.”
When asked whose idea was it to use the sample, she replied, “Me.” Adding,
“Ya’ll mu**uckas so confused, B*tch I done told you who shot me, but ya’ll mu**uckas actin like ‘oh we dont know.'”
Check out the clip below:
Megan Thee Stallion speaks on why she dropped “Shots Fired”
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