Now that Tory Lanez has received justice, Megan Thee Stallion has stated that she is finally putting an end to her memories of the rapper. Megan wrote her feelings down for the first and (presumably) final time in a new op-ed for Elle on Tuesday, mourning the public humiliation she suffered and endured, also putting down her current path to healing.
Megan still claims she is not a victim, but she was unable to ignore the damage caused when Tory made jokes, laughed, and promoted false stories through the the media before their trial, which ended with Tory’s conviction in December.
She referred to the shooting as “her most traumatic experience” in her 28 years and slammed anonymous musicians who teased her behind her back or accused her of lying about the incident. For the sake of her mental health, the “Savage” rapper says she won’t go through the shooting timeline again but instead hopes her comments will help all current and future trauma victims.
Megan also praised her most devoted “Hottie” fans for showing up to court for moral support. She also said that she and her manager T. Farris have been having a blast and that they have some hot new songs that her fans would like. Nobody knows for sure where that new music is, though. The latest dispute between Megan and her estranged label 1501 Certified Entertainment is around a bank account that Megan claims is being drained empty.
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