Over a year after the shooting incident occurred between Tory Lanez and Megan Thee Stallion, LA judge Keith Borjon has ordered that the assault and weapons possession charges against the Canadian rapper be upheld. This news comes after Tory allegedly shot Megan in the foot after a dispute between the two ensued on July 12, 2020. The two rappers were reportedly riding in an SUV together in the Hollywood Hills just before the incident took place.
According to the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Police detective Ryan Stogner testified in court on Dec. 13 that Tory yelled “Dance, b*tch!” as he allegedly opened fire on Megan, per an earlier interview he conducted with her. He also claimed that Tory made a phone call from jail to a friend of Megan’s, in which he apologized for what happened. Both Tory and his attorney, Shawn Holley, denied that the shooting was ever mentioned during the call. During the detective’s testimony, Tory reportedly shouted in court, “How about you tell me what I was apologizing for, bro? That don’t make no sense,” before being hushed by his lawyer and the judge.
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