Tory Lanez was a surprise guest at DaBaby’s Rolling Loud performance on Sunday night and was seen backstage with Megan at the same time, despite the rapper’s restraining order, according to multiple sources.
Meanwhile, Tory’s lawyer, Shawn Holley, stated on Wednesday that her client, Daystar Peterson, did not violate the terms of the order.
In response to whether he violated the court order, Shawn said, “Though they both performed at the same music festival, Mr Peterson went out of his way to ensure that he would not cross paths with Ms Peete or otherwise violate the terms of the protective order.”
In October 2020, Megan, 25, was granted a restraining order against the “Say It” rapper, three months after Tory, 29, allegedly shot the Houston rapper in the back of the foot. Tory is also barred from commenting on the shooting due to the protective order.
Despite the fact that the alleged shooting incident has not yet been legally resolved, the court has ordered Tory to stay at least 100 yards away from Megan. He was also required to surrender any firearms he possessed.
The Miami Police Department and the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office were both notified of the possible violation of Megan’s protective order.
Tory’s surprise appearance comes less than a month after Megan and DaBaby, 29, had a heated Twitter exchange after the “BOP” rapper retweeted a joke seemingly in support of Tory.
Megan unfollowed DaBaby on Instagram the same week, implying the couple’s relationship isn’t as close as it once was.
Fans speculated on Twitter after the news broke that DaBaby was a “CryBaby” about the situation and brought out Tory to spite Megan.
A Twitter user wrote, “Tory Lanez was NOT booked at Rolling Loud as a paid performer. He wasn’t ‘working.’ Which is why he didn’t have his own set. He was brought on stage by DaBaby to spite Meg.”
Tory Lanez was denied the right to speak publicly about the alleged shooting in February after filing a request to amend the clause in Megan’s restraining order against him. He pleaded not guilty to one felony count of assault with a semiautomatic firearm and one felony count of carrying a loaded, unregistered firearm.