Megan Thee Stallion Speaks Out After Tory Lanez Sentenced to 10 Years for Shooting Her

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Megan Thee Stallion, the Grammy-winning rap sensation and cultural luminary, breaks her silence following Tory Lanez's 10-year prison stint for shooting her in 2020. Her social media eruption unveils not just relief but a desire to dismantle rumors surrounding the case.

Megan Affirms: She Knows the Shooter

In a video posted on X (formerly known as Twitter) and Instagram, Megan expresses gratitude to her supporters, team, and prosecutors, affirming her knowledge of the shooter. The rapper affirms this against what Tory Lanez's bodyguard has to say about the shooting. He stated that "Kelsey Harris, the ex-boyfriend of Megan", was holding a gun during the night of the shooting". But this is what she has to say:

"I know who shot me, I said who shot me and that’s why the f*ck you in jail.” Tired of distortions"

Megan Thee Stallion

Megan declares her readiness to move on, emphasizing her eagerness to reclaim her life and career.

"I’m just happy that I can finally put this behind me and I can finally heal from this situation,” she declares. “I’m just ready to get back to me, I’m ready to get back to my music, I’m ready to get back to my hotties, I’m ready to get back to everything that makes me happy"

Megan Thee Stallion

The rapper, who has currently signed a distribution deal with Warner Music Group after declaring some weeks ago that she is without a label,

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Tory Lanez sentenced to 10 years for shooting Megan Thee Stallion

However, Tory Lanez's fate is sealed with a 10-year prison sentence without parole. Convicted in December 2022 on three felony charges—assault with a semi-automatic firearm, possession of a loaded, unregistered firearm in a vehicle, and discharging a firearm with gross negligence—he also faces a $100,000 restitution to Megan and a 10-year stay-away order.

The 2020 shooting, occurring after a Hollywood Hills pool party, left Megan injured, requiring surgery to extract bullet fragments. The case's twists—from initial silence to public accusations—captivated attention and sparked controversy. The trial, commencing in October 2022, culminated in a guilty verdict on December 23, 2022, with Tory Lanez's legal team planning an appeal, citing a lack of DNA evidence and a biased jury.

But is there truth to what Tory Lanez Bodygaurd has to say? Will that open Tory's case again? Let's wait and see. We will keep you updated when the news happens.

Whichever way, Megan, resilient and relentless, now pivots back to her music and activism. Her focus is sharp, leaving the legal saga in the rearview. The journey, tumultuous and public, nears its close, and Megan is poised to reclaim her narrative. With her partnership with Warner Music Group, fans and the hip-hop community will experience hit rap songs and albums very soon.

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