August Alsina isn’t the only celebrity to accuse Tory Lanez of assault. Megan Thee Stallion is currently embroiled in a court fight with the Brampton native amid charges that he shot her in the feet outside a party in the Hollywood Hills in July 2020. Tory Lanez has finally responded to the allegations.
Tory Lanez has replied to August Alsina’s claims that he attacked him during a concert on Saturday, September 17th. The Daystar rapper called Akademiks during a live stream on September 18th, shortly after Alsina publicly accused him of sucker punching him and posted photos of his injuries. Tory denied any involvement or knowledge of the alleged altercation when the Off the Record podcast questioned him about it.
Nothing happened. I don’t even know what this kid is talking about, brother.
Akademiks followed up with: “So you not involved?” Tory answered: “No, hell no! I don’t know if he’s doing [this for] promo. I don’t know what that n-gga is talking about, bruh.” Tory appeared to double down on his denial on Instagram Stories, stating he had been locked up in the studio focusing on self-improvement.
“I don’t know what everybody talking about …. But I’ve been in the studio I’m not in anything negative … Ive been working on my self …. And being a better person,” he wrote, punctuating his claim of innocence with several smiling face with halo emojis. August Alsina accused Tory Lanez of assaulting him in an Instagram post on Sunday, detailing the alleged confrontation while uploading a snapshot of himself slumped against an elevator wall, blood gushing from his mouth.
The R&B crooner said Tory, whom he referred to as a “4’11 sized leprechaun,” and his security team confronted him after his Chicago gig, with the rapper unhappy with Alsina’s refusal to shake his hand over previous comments about his “entanglement” with Jada Pinkett Smith. Tory then allegedly took a hit off “a blunt laced with cocaine” and struck him in the face while he wasn’t looking, before hiding behind one of his security guards.
There was never a ‘fight’! Simply an Assault. Dude has no real friends, and is on a crash out mission.
Tory’s trial on felony assault and carrying an unregistered firearm was scheduled to begin on September 14 but has been postponed until at least November 28. Tory will face up to 22 years and eight months in jail if convicted. Let’s see what happens. To get the latest updates, keep an eye on Thirsty.
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