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Megan Thee Stallion Dispels Rumors About Tory Lanez Case

Megan Thee Stallion Dispels Rumors About Tory Lanez Case! Megan Thee Stallion recently took to Twitter to criticize the media for trivializing her emotional trauma from the Tory Lanez shooting incident that took place in July last year. Rumours that the charges against Tory Lanez had been dropped aet social media ablaze, triggering false accusations that Megan had been lying about the whole situation all along. 

Megan wasn’t going to take accusations while lying down. She immediately took to Twitter to dispel the rumor taking issue with Twitter users for believing everything they read. “At this point I’m getting annoyed! Stop believing everything you read on the mf internet,” the “Don’t Stop” the rapper wrote.

In the replies, fans came out with plenty of support as Megan ensured her point is made clear claiming Tory Lanez was clearly toying with her and the media’s perception of her. She went further to say that the media was making her tto turn out like the villain. She dispelled the rumors about the dropped charges.

“The first court date got pushed back bc of the inauguration but I can’t wait until the MF FACTS come out! Bitch you shot me AND MY STORY NOT CHANGING AND BITCH YOU GOING TO JAIL,” she tweeted.

Tory Lanez‘rep confirmed that the charges were not dropped and that the information was false. He added that it was the trial date for the charges that had been moved to a later date instead, thanks to the Jan 20 Inauguration Ceremony of Joe Biden. The trial regarding the shooting incident is set to take place in mid-February.

“Y’all so believe black women and protect black women online BUT WHEN I LITERALLY SAY I GOT SHOT IT’S CONFUSING,” Megan added. 

Megan ended her Twitter rant reminding everyone that her trauma is real, and reading jokes and jabs about it all day long was detrimental to her mental and emotional health.

Keep it here for more updates as the case continues to unravel.

Check out tweets by Megan below.

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