Just one week ago, Tory Lanez found himself in handcuffs after the judge in his assault case found him guilty of violating a personal contact order. Under said order, Tory is prohibited from speaking to or about Megan Thee Stallion–a condition he failed to meet with a series of tweets back in February.
Judge David Herriford added a clause to the order, stating that Lanez is banned from speaking about Megan on social media. Since then, the rapper released a new song called ‘Mucky James,’ and addressed the innanet folks who were under the impression that he was referencing Megan and the case with some of his bars.
“I am not talking about my court case on the song #MuckyJames… I see all these blogs trying to connect the two… and honestly I have more sense than that,” Lanez tweeted. “I would not play with the court order or the judge like that.”
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Despite denying the reports, Tory’s lyrics referenced being blackballed due to an unspecified incident that occurred at the height of his career. He also alluded to a woman ruining some aspects of his life.
I’m startin’ to give like zero f*cks ’bout how it’s goin’ down. They try to blackball me for money but I ain’t goin’ out. I told myself I’ll stop this bulls*t and not speak up more. I had to go through way more bullish*t **** door.
The lyrics continue saying:
I was at a high in my career, you think I’d come out here and … And if you think I’d do that sh*t, you on some stupid sh*t. I don’t need to do that sh*t, my Haitian h*es gon’ woo a b*tch. Hey, Tory stop talking ’bout it, I wish I could but dawn I’m only human, sometimes that sh*t be gettin’ to me.
Tory Lanez also vaguely referenced an alleged beef he has with Meek Mill.
Do y’all think the lyrics are about the Megan Thee Stallion assault case, Roomies? Let us know in the comments!
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