Megan Thee Stallion’s Tory Lanez Shooting Interview

Megan Thee Stallion’s Tory Lanez Shooting Interview


“I had never been shot at before.”

Descriptions of domestic violence follow.


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Megan recently sat down for an interview with Gayle King for CBS Mornings that will air Monday — and in an excerpt shared this morning, she directly addresses the incident.

Music megastar @theestallion sits down exclusively with @GayleKing for her first TV interview addressing the 2020 shooting allegedly involving rapper Tory Lanez, Monday on #CBSMornings.

Tory Lanez pleaded not guilty to an assault charge related to the alleged shooting.


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In the interview, Megan says that the events that led up to the incident began with an “argument” because “I was ready to go, and everybody else wasn’t ready to go.”


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“But that’s, like, normal friend stuff. … We fuss about silly stuff all the time,” she added.


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“But I never put my hands on anybody. I never raised my voice too loud. … It shouldn’t have got this crazy.”


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After she got out of the car, Megan said, “Everything [happened] so fast.”


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“All I hear is this man screaming. And he said, ‘Dance, bitch.’ And he started shooting.”


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“And I’m just like, ‘Oh my God,'” Megan recalled, claiming that he fired his gun “a couple of times.”


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Megan said that she “didn’t want to move too quick” while Tory was allegedly shooting at her. “I’m like, ‘Oh my God, if I take the wrong step, I don’t know if he can shoot something that’s, like, super important.”


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“I don’t know if he could shoot me and kill me.”


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“I was really scared, ’cause I had never been shot at before,” she says at the conclusion of the clip.


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Watch the clip here. The entire interview airs tomorrow morning.

If you or someone you know is in immediate danger as a result of domestic violence, call 911. For anonymous, confidential help, you can call the 24/7 National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 (SAFE) or chat with an advocate via the website.



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