Tory Lanez Refuses To Speak On August Alsina Altercation

Tory Lanez appeared on Breakfast Club Thursday morning for an highly anticipated interview. Recently Tory and August Alsina had a run in at the Fall Back In Love Comedy & Music Jam Tour. August Alsina broke the news of the altercation between the two singers on his instagram.

August took to the gram and posted a picture of him with a bloody mouth posing inside of an elevator.

Alsina gave a detail report of the altercation by describing Tory Lanez height and saying he was sucker punched. The captioned continued with:

“Never any disrespectful words were exchanged, so I was a bit confused at how somehow he turnt him self up w/ anger … and he snuck me when I turned my head to move to the side amongst all his antsy moving and to keep an eye on the endless n***as that was w/ him surrounding me. … There was never a ‘fight’! Simply an Assault. Dude has no real friends, and is on a crash out mission.”

Alsina ended the post by asking Lanez’s people to release the footage of the incident, which Alsina says they have.

Since then the Los Angeles District Attorney's office is investigating the incident. Tory is already apart of an ongoing criminal case with Megan Thee Stallion. In July 2020 Megan was shot in the foot. Tory is to have supposed to have been the shooter. He is facing an assault and firearm case behind this situation in the same district.

The Breakfast Club welcomed Tory Lanez to the show following the trending altercation on social media. Both Angela Yee and Dj Envy attempted to ask Tory questions about the alleged fight. Tory did not take the bate and refused to acknowledge the topic. Tory replied that he was there only to answer questions about his album.

The host pushed forward with the interview asking again about August Alsina. Dj Envy asked, "Tory if he forgive people that no longer support him?"

Tory Lanez said, “I can never be upset about someone’s opinion. When they’re people that have opinions, it’s like whatever they thought at the time was just whatever they were feeling at the time. I know that a lot of people’s opinions have changed, up and down, about me. It’s not of me to be a judge or be playing God’s role in judging people. I forgive everybody. I don’t forget, but I forgive.”

In other Tory Lanez news his new album "Sorry For What" is a project dedicated to being true to you. As the open investigation continues with the LAPD updates will be provided.

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