Megan Thee Stallion Slams Drake for Seemingly Suggesting She's Lying About Tory Lanez Shooting Her: "Stop Using My Name for Clout"

Megan Thee Stallion Slams Drake for Seemingly Suggesting She’s Lying About Tory Lanez Shooting Her: “Stop Using My Name for Clout”

Drake boldly dropped some distasteful bars seemingly about Megan Thee Stallion on his new joint album with 21 Savage, “Her Loss.”

On the record “Circo Loco,” without saying any names, Aubrey appears to show support for Tory Lanez by calling out Megan for allegedly lying about being shot by Lanez.

“This b***h lie ’bout getting shot, but she still a stallion,” he rapped.

A few bars later he raps, “Shorty say she graduated, she ain’t learn enough. Play your album track one, ‘kay, I heard enough.”

Meg recently graduated from Texas Southern University with her bachelor’s degree in Health Administration.

It did not take long for the Houston Hottie to fire back at him, accusing the OVO frontman of using her name to sell records.

“Stop using my shooting for clout b***h a** n***as! Since when tf is it cool to joke about women getting shot?” she tweeted following the album’s release.

In the past, Drake has shown his alliance with Lanez, being photographed with him after the shooting.  However, he’s never publicly voiced his beliefs about the shooting until now.  Meg came forward in August 2020, claiming that Lanez shot her as they left the home of Kylie Jenner.  Since then, multiple stories have emerged regarding what led to the shooting, leaving fans torn on which artist to believe.  Lanez was charged with assault.  He has maintained his innocence while Meg has stuck to her story that the crooner shot her as she exited the vehicle they were traveling in.

In the end, the 27-year-old says she is eager for the facts to come out in the case, which will prove that she was indeed shot as other rappers continued supporting her alleged abuser.

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