AceShowbiz - Megan Thee Stallion is being criticized online over her decision to speak on the shooting case with Tory Lanez on one of the songs off of her latest album "Traumazine". On a track titled "Who Me", the "Sweetest Pie" spitter subtly addressed the ongoing legal issue.
On the fiery song, a collaboration with the currently incarcerated Pooh Shiesty, who is serving five years in prison on a firearm conspiracy charge, the Houston raptress addresses the highly-publicized shooting, reasserting her claim that Tory was the triggerman in not-so-subtle fashion.
"I feel like Biggie, who shot you?/ But everybody know who shot me, b***h," Megan, who also opens up about the death of her mother, Holly Thomas on her new album, raps over the hard-hitting production from KTOE and Taz Taylor, referencing Notorious B.I.G.'s provocative 1995 song "Who Shot Ya?"
Megan has accused Tory of shooting her in both feet in July 2020. The incident allegedly took place during an argument while the pair, along with Megan's former friend Kelsey Nicole, were leaving a party at Kylie Jenner's house in the Hollywood Hills.
Tory has been charged with assault with a semiautomatic handgun and carrying a concealed, loaded and unregistered firearm in a vehicle. If convicted, he faces a maximum sentence of 22 years and eight months in prison. The case is set to go to trial on September 14.
Megan previously addressed the shooting on "Shots Fired", the intro track from her debut album "Good News", which dropped in November 2020. That song also referenced Biggie's "Who Shot Ya?"
However, Megan's decision to reference the shooting on her songs apparently doesn't sit well with critics. "Double standards, she can say what ever and noo consequences," one person commented, noting that Tory is still banned from "harassing" or sharing any ongoing information about the case. Another echoed the sentiment, "Crazy how it's ok for him to keep talking about it, but tory got locked up for talking about it," with a third adding, "She need to shut her dumba** up. Making Houston look bad with this goofy s**t."