Over the past few hours, social media has unloaded on Tory's new studio release.
Rapper Tory Lanez, who Megan Thee Stallion has accused of taking pictures her in the foot in an unexplained incident in July, dropped a 17-track album Thursday evening in which practically each tune addresses the incident and its fallout, and what Lanez apparently perceives as betrayal from practically all quarters.
"Tory Lanez, poor decision brother", Ross said.
Among many other things addressed on the album is the musical question: "How the f- you get shot in your foot, don't hit no bones or tendons?" "Stop lying. Why lie?"
"I didn't tell the police nothing because I didn't want us to get in no more trouble", she said, adding that the pair had been having an argument in the auto, and as she began to walk away, "(Lanez), from out the back seat of the vehicle, starts shooting me. "He was trying to keep her quiet".
"I get out the vehicle ..." / Ayy, nah, maybe it's the truth / Got the numbers and the proof / "Cause with both of y'all combined, I gave y'all 40 million views / Y'all can't lose". This n***a, from out the back seat of the vehicle, starts shooting me. The police was literally killing Black people for no motherfucking reason. "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?" "You shot me, and you bought your publicist and your folks to [talk to] these blogs, mendacity and s--". Why the f*ck would I tell [the police] somebody got a gun in this vehicle and this n***a shot me? "You ain't getting no money with that s-t".
Another appeared to have been sent by a promoter for Miami, Florida's LIV Nightclub, claiming Megan's Roc Nation label representatives had "contacted" them to try and get in touch with a man who is suing Lanez over a beat up at the venue last November (19).