Tory Lanez Speaks About Being Blackballed After Alleged Megan Thee Stallion Shooting
In a sitdown with DJ Aademiks, Tory Lanez spoke about what it was like to be blackballed after his alleged Megan Thee Stallion shooting.
“It’s a bitter sweet thing. It hurt my heart when I put out albums like Alone At Prom and see the first week they only do 17K,” he told Akademiks.
“But it makes my heart fill with joy when I look back at that album and see that without any playlisting, it has 170 million streams on it,” the Toronto rapper added.
In 2020, Tory Lanez released his fifth studio album Daystar, which debuted at number 10 on the Billboard 200 and featured controversial responses to the allegations of him shooting fellow rapper Megan Thee Stallion earlier that year.
We reported earlier that a couple is attempting to sue Tory Lanez after an alleged hit and run on New Year’s Day back in 2021.
In the report, the woman claims Tory side-swiped her vehicle and didn’t bother to check if she was alright instead claims Lanez just took off. And she was 4 months pregnant at the time.
An Attorney for Tory says the couple’s claim is baseless and made up. The couple is requesting a deposition be held in early 2023.