Since last July, it’s been obvious that Tory Lanez hasn’t been a fan-favorite on social media. The Toronto rapper was loved as spring, as he entertained people with his “Quarantine Radio” show on Instagram Live, and also had a number two debut in the US with his “The New Toronto 3” mixtape. In July though, reports surfaced that Tory shot Megan Thee Stallion after a party in Los Angeles, and she also made his claim on IG Live, in August.
Despite the backlash and people’s attempts for Tory to get “canceled,” he has still released music constantly, such as his “Daystar” album in September, “Loner” album in December,” his “Playboy” album this past March, and his new “We Outside” EP that he put out today, in celebration of his 29th birthday.
Tory is also causing a buzz on social media today, as he claims that “cancel culture” does not actually he exist. He explained that this is just actually “just a small group of n*ggas on TWITTER … tweeting at the same time.” A lot of fans in Tory’s mentions agreed, as he acknowledged that he doesn’t care what haters think of him.
As far as the Megan legal case goes, he plead not guilty to felony assault, back in November. As of now, there is no trial date set. If he were to be convicted, 22 years and eight months are on the table.
Check out Tory Lanez’s tweet about cancel culture not existing below.