Megan Thee Stallion has lashed out at reports claiming that she has dropped charges filed against rapper Tory Lanez over his alleged shooting of the rapper last summer. Yeah, we almost got dragged along until she spoke out, though we didn’t report it.
Megan tweeted on Thursday, “Y’all can’t tell when s—t fake news? Y’all still don’t see an ABUSER picking with me? The first court date got pushed back bc of the inauguration but I can’t wait until the MF FACTS come out!”
She also dropped a message to Lanez, “Bitch you shot me AND MY STORY NOT CHANGING AND B—H YOU GOING TO JAIL.” And there was no comment from Lanez.
And then in another tweet, Megan wrote, “AT THIS POINT IM GETTING ANNOYED! STOP BELIEVING EVERYTHING YOU READ ON THE MF INTERNET. Imagine how I feel waking every day seeing people LIE and turn my trauma into a joke? That whole team figures out ways to create doubt with my story every week and the media eats it up.”
According to a Page Six report, sources confirmed that the court date was rescheduled from Wednesday to February 25 because of the Inauguration Day event.
Lanez rep told the outlet, “The false report came from a d-list blogger (I can’t even find their contact) that doesn’t know how to read a court docket. The trial was pushed back due to inauguration security reasons at all courthouses. So no, we had NOTHING to do with it.”
Another source confirmed that Megan doesn’t have the right standing to drop the charges against Lanez since she didn’t file them, “The LA County District Attorney’s office filed the charges against him, not Megan, so only they could drop the charges. But the reality is he will have to deal with the consequences of his actions.”
Megan Thee Stallion has maintained that Lanez shot her following a dispute they had in July. Though Lanez has repeatedly denied committing the crime as he also pleaded not guilty in November to one felony count each of assault with a semiautomatic firearm and carrying a loaded, unregistered firearm in a vehicle.
If convicted, Lanez could rock up to 22 years and eight months in jail.