Just two days after Tory Lanez pleaded not guilty to shooting Megan Thee Stallion, Megan has “returned fire” at his recent ramblings about the incident by dropping her new album, “Good News.”
Right out the gate, Megan’s first track on the anticipated album is a diss record toward Tory and her ex-bestie Kelsey Nicole, who was with Megan and Tory the night Meg was shot.
Kelsey is said to be the holder to the truth about what went on that night, but her silence has baffled many, especially considering that at one time, her and Meg seemed to be inseparable.
Megan made sure to light both Tory and Kelsey in her new song set to the beat of Biggie’s classic “Who Shot Ya?”
Megan’s first lines were, “Imagine n****s lyin’ about shootin’ a real b***h just to save face for rapper n****s you chill with. Imagine me givin’ a f**k it was your fu**in’ birthday, you in your feelings, I just thought it was another Thursday.”
Megan was obviously referring to how she went live on Tory’s birthday to talk about the details of her shooting.
She went live about a month later and officially identified Tory as her shooter from the night of July 12th.
Also in the song, Megan alluded to Kelsey and Tory teaming up against her: “I don’t want you on a b***h, believe you wouldn’t been invited and if it weren’t for me, same week, you would have been indicted. You want the M’s, and not the top, I guess that made my friend excited. Now y’all in cahoots , you a puss in boots. You shot a 5’10” b***h, with a .22.”
Tory dropped “Daystar” in September, detailing the incident from his perspective. Now that Megan has fired back with an album of her own, this is shaping up to be one of the most unexpected rap beefs of the year.
In real life, Tory is actually due back in court in January 2021 on the three felony charges he’s facing in connection to the shooting. We’ll keep you posted on any updates.