Megan Thee Stallion tweeted on Friday that people should stop using her, allegedly shot by Tory Lanez for “weightThe “Savage” rapper’s flurry of tweets came after Drake appeared to accuse him of lying about the 2020 incident in his new song.
“I know I’m very popular, but y’all need to stop attaching weak conspiracy theories to my name in bars,” she wrote Friday.
She then blasted the male rappers, calling them “LAME.”
“Ready to boycott shoes and clothes, but the dog goes after a black woman when she says one of your homies abused her,” she wrote.
In Drake’s new song, “Circo Loco,” he says, “That bitch’s lying about to get shot, but she’s still a stud.” The lyrics appeared to reference Megan Thee Stallion’s allegations against Tory Lanez.
He also seemed to reference her graduation in another part of the song: “Shorty say she graduated, she ain’t learning enough / Play your album, track 1, ‘kay I heard enough .” Megan Thee Stallion graduated from Texas Southern University last December.
In her response, Megan Thee Stallion also turned her attention to the rappers’ fans, telling them to “remember” they supported men who stood with a man accused of shooting a woman.
At the end of October, a judgebe placed under electronic surveillance and house arrest pending trial on charges that he shot Megan Thee Stallion. She said Tory Lanez shot himself in the feet in Hollywood Hills after leaving a house party in 2020.
The trial is due to start on November 28.
Earlier this year, Megan Thee Stallion, whose real name is Megan Pete, saidco-host Gayle King that she was “scared” after the shooting and didn’t know if he was going to “shoot me and kill me”. She said that since the alleged incident her anxiety was worse, she found it difficult to trust people and found it difficult to hold a conversation longer than 30 minutes.
In the interview, she also addressed those who don’t believe she was shot.
“Like, I know this happened to me and I’d rather it be in court and have the facts come out and everything come out rather than having to plead my case,” she told King. . “I’m a victim… I’m not defending myself. Like, something happened to me.”