Tory Lanez startled by Troll on the quarantine radio
It’s safe to say that Tory Lanez has had a wild ride in 2020. Hot New Hip Hop says the performer was arrested earlier this year after allegedly shooting Megan Thee Stallion in the foot one night after a pool party.
Rumors initially spread in the tabloids that Tory had shot Megan, but the rapper “Savage” did not confirm them at least a few weeks later. On her Instagram account, Meghan came out and said it was Tory who shot her.
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It wasn’t long before many of the rapper’s former friends and associates distanced themselves from Mr. Lanez, who was at the top of the world, before the scandal hit the press. Lanez also came under fire again when he released his last album DAYSTAR on Soundcloud.
Despite the fact that it was only released on Soundcloud and no other platform, meaning he didn’t make a lot of money from it, many accused Tory of profiting from the controversy. Since then, Tory has been formally charged with the crime.
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Lanez has reportedly been back on his quarantine radio show since then, despite Hot New Hip Hop saying he spends a little time fighting off trolls. In a clip posted on the website, Tory takes calls from fans until a man cuts in and says he shot Megan.
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According to Hot New Hip Hop, Tory tried to muffle the man’s attempt to troll quarantine radio, but he looked visibly disturbed by his call. The outlet then claims Tory then said more women were trying to get on the show.
Regarding what Tory plans to do with his career from now on, the rapper has said he plans to continue his career as usual. This means there will likely be more quarantine radio episodes in the coming weeks and months.
As previously reported, Tory has been charged with the possession of a gun and a crime with a gun over the incident with Megan Thee Stallion. On his social media, Lanez claimed the trial would tell the truth.