- Megan The Stallion has opened up about her shooting on Sunday, 12 July
- The US rapper has alleged that rapper Tory Lanez shot her on the day in question following an argument in the car they were travelling in
- The Savage hitmaker expressed that she wanted to keep the story off the internet but Tory keeps pressing her buttons
Megan Thee Stallion has taken to social media to confirm that rapper Tory Lanez shot her in July. The Savage hitmaker said there were only four people in the car they were travelling in when the incident happened.
Hot Girl Meg expressed on Instagram Live that she was trying to walk away from the car when Tory allegedly started shooting her. She denied that she was cut by glass on her legs.
"Yes this n*gga Tory shot me, you shot me. You got your publicists going to these blogs and lying. I tried to keep the situation off the internet but you're dragging me. Stop lying. Why lie? I don't understand."
The US rapper said, at the time, she decided to get out of the car because they were five minutes away from the house she was going to. Check out some of the reactions to her revelation below:
"Even after Megan directly named Tory Lanez as the person who shot her, people are still saying she's lying and/or they don't believe her. Y'all don't take violence against women seriously, ESPECIALLY against black women."
"I just want to know what led up to the argument and shooting."
"Y'all keep saying she was 'protecting' him but she probably held back due to legal reasons at the time. We all knew he shot her obviously."
"What kind of person shoots someone in the middle of a verbal argument? He ain’t never heard of conflict resolution? Damn."
Still on Megan, Briefly.co.za reported that the star revealed that she was shot multiple times on Sunday, 12 July. The US rapper also refuted reports that she was arrested on the same morning. She took to Instagram on Wednesday, 15 July to "set the record straight" on that morning's events.
Meg, 25, said she suffered gunshot wounds as a result of a crime that was committed against her and "done with the intention to physically harm me".
"I was never arrested, the police officers drove me to the hospital where I underwent surgery to remove the bullets. I'm incredibly grateful to be alive."
The award-winning rapper, whose real name is Megan Pete, said at the time that she was focusing on making a full recovery so she could return to making music.
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