Tory Lanez, dropped a 17-track album in which nearly every song addresses the Megan Thee Stallion incident and its fallout.
The new album, “Daystar” asks the musical question: “How the f— you get shot in your foot, don’t hit no bones or tendons?”
“To my fans … I’m sorry for my silence …. but respectfully .. I got time today …… 9 PM PST.” Lanez Tweeted.
The world got is an hour-plus long album containing song after song packed with defensive lyrics, with frequent verbal jabs at Megan, his critics, and people making fun of him about his height .
The web is flooded with commentary of listeners as much of the album directly addresses Megan Thee Stallion or speaks about the damage to his reputation as a result of the incident.
“I refuse to be the poster boy for Black women I’m protecting / My momma Black, my sister Black, my baby momma Black / So how the f— I’m unaffected? / Black women fueled my career for years, so don’t make me some type of tier of unperfection.”
Lanez even goes into detail about the tension that arose between them at a party at Kylie Jenner’s house earlier that night:
“Me and Kylie (Jenner) still off in the pool / We was chilling, kicking s—, was cool /Both of us didn’t know you was tripping / Even though I got a crush on Kylie, I woulda left with you if I knew you was dipping, for the simple reason / You invited me, but I can’t act like shawty didn’t excite me.” Then, he offers as much of a mea culpa as he’s about to, saying he “took a wrong turn that night.”
Lanez suggests that Megan has been influenced by others in her life to come up with a false story about a shooting, and denying that he would ever harm a woman.
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