Megan Thee Stallion spoke about Tory Lanez's 2020 shooting at her feet, and disclosed photos of her wounds to the back of her feet (up against her Achilles tendon). The rapper also appeared on the CBS Mornings show to show her side of the story and hope to answer any doubts.
"I was really scared 'cause I had never experienced this before," Meg said as she detailed fearing for her life and of those around him at the time. However, even this appearance isn't enough to convince some people that Meg has been wronged. A Twitter user replied to the @CBSMornings account and @theestallion, saying, "crazy how meg gets to speak on whomever platform or song about the situation, but tory or he goes to jail being it
Meg was questioned by someone who misled about her very reasonable agency in the text, stating, "So a guy can shoot me, chop up horse legs in music videos to tamper me, pay blogs to dissect false information from the trial, record studio albums, and make diss tracks... but when I talk to gayle king that's the last straw... F*CK YALL."
Even Megan who is undoubtedly on the rise today isn't immune to these mechanisms, as it is certainly double-standard for male and female artists. Especially in hip-hop, this is further proof. Just last week, that has rendered her one-dimensional. Despite her resume speaking otherwise.
Megan Thee Stallion is a Warner Music artist. Uproxx is an independent subsidiary of Warner Music Group.