The world finally got a chance to hear Tory Lanez’ account of what happened the night Houston rapper Meg Thee Stallion was shot. In a 17-track album Lanez addressed his relationship with Megan, called out celebrities in Hollywood, and denied allegations that he was the one who shot his lover.
The first song, “Money Over Fallouts,” begins with numerous media outlets, discussing the shooting incident that occurred. He goes on to say,
“Girl you had the nerve to write that statement on the affidavit. Knowing I ain’t do it, but I’m coming at my truest.”
Social media blew up after hearing Lanez deny the allegations. Some fans even sided with him after hearing the album.
Instagram user @mercymendee.ig wrote under the Instagram post,
“There’s no way he gets this detailed and explicit over a “lie” we gotta stop believing one side of a story JUST cause you like someone there’s always the TRUTH‼️?”
Along with fans addressing the shooting, they also had something to say about the detailed relationship Lanez rapped about in the song, “Friends Become Strangers.”
“Potentials of being Bey and Jay just watching from our fanbase, but just tell me how it changed, have your feelings rearranged?”
Lanez even brought up Megan’s dog, 4oe, who is the first out of three French Bulldogs that she got.
Asian Doll hit back at the rapper via Instagram live.
Along with calling out celebrities, addressing his rumored relationship with Megan, and the events of what happened that night; Lanez spilled the tea of what allegedly sparked the incident.
“Me and Kylie still off in the pool both of us ain’t know that you was trippin.”
Kylie Jenner, the $900 millionaire who is the youngest of the Kardashian-Jenner clan has yet to speak on the incident.
The album is now available on streaming services like Apple Music and Spotify.