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Tory Lanez On Being “Banned” After Megan Thee Stallion Incident

Tory Lanez returned to The Breakfast Club after a three year absence and spoke about not being allowed to explain himself during his on going case with Megan Thee Stallion.

In full promo mode, Tory Lanez was focusing on positivity and his upcoming album “Sorry For What.” A project that has only two features, A Boogie and Yoko Gold, dropping fully independently. “I’ve always wanted to be independent and be able to touch the money that the labels touch,” said Lanez.

Tory Lanez also touched on the album titled, which has many believing stems from his recent alleged altercation with August Alsina. “I think for me, I’ve always been a very unapologetic person when it comes down to my craft and to the things I enjoy, the things that I love. When we was creating the album and creating the album title and listening to the music and how it sounds, it sounds unapologetic. But it also gives you that resilient. That standing in the wind when it’s blowing. I just feel it’s about standing tall,” Lanez explained.

Tory Lanez On Being "Banned" After Megan Thee Stallion Incident

Another incident Lanez has been tied to for more than two years is his 2020 incident with Megan Thee Stalltion. Lanez has continued to claim his innocence ever since the infamous incident back in the summer of 2020 where he allegedly shot Megan Thee Stallion. Meg on the other went on IG Live that summer and straight up accused him of shooting at her. (Watch here)

Unfortunately for Lanez, he cannot defend himself on social media and interviews as the case is ongoing, despite the aggressive negative press he feels he has faced over time. “There’s always a time when a store will come out about Tory Lanez and the narrative will be wild. Ya’ll got to understand, as much I would like to tell ya’ll the narrative, I can’t. I’m not allowed to. I’m in an open case,” Lanez explained. “There’s people out here that spend money to push narratives to your face and make you feel a certain way. If I spend $10,000 on a post and I’m a major label or major corporation and I spend $100,000 on a post that’s like, ‘Yo, this guy is wrong.’ Over a period of time, you’re gonna be brain washed.”

Despite all these obstacles, Tory Lanez is not too worried about the negative narratives running on the internet. “When you go outside to the world and you see how people react with you, there’s a big difference between the internet and people,” Lanez explained.


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