AceShowbiz - Tory Lanez may be in jail, but it doesn't stop him from releasing music. The Canadian rapper gave fans an update behind bars in a new Instagram post, announcing that his and Yoko Gold's collaborative single will be released on Sunday midnight, June 18.
"To my Family, my Friends, and to the Umbrellas worldwide, I want y'all to know I haven't lost my faith in God and that I'm in high spirits," Tory wrote in a screenshot from his Notes app. "I'm praying for the best and remain confident that God will bring me through this."
The "Say It" singer, who was found guilty in a trial for shooting Megan Thee Stallion, continued, "I have spent the last seven months rehabilitating my mind, my body, and my soul. Though I came to jail a good person, I will leave as a great person. I've turned this jail cell into my work office. I will continue the legacy of the Umbrella from here or anywhere else, I won't let anything stop me from being a positive light and a help to those in need."
"With that being said, all things One Umbrella will now be promoted on my main page through my team at my command. New music, new merch, and updates start dropping tonight," he noted, before adding, " 'Hurts Me' Releasing Tonight @yokoxgold."
Just recently, Kylie Jenner faced backlash for listening to the unreleased song in TikTok videos. In one of the videos, the Kylie Cosmetics founder also joined TikTok trend as she used a viral mustache filter while sexily dancing to the song.
Upon catching wind of the footage, Internet users immediately put Kylie on blast. "Kylie Jenner a weird a** b***h," one person wrote on Twitter. "Wowww she supporting a man that shot a BLACK WOMAN," someone else tweeted, with another saying, "She sick for this."
However, some others defended Kylie. "What a reach! This song is currently viral on tiktok. Everyone's using the sound. People need to touch grass," one fan stressed. "Leave this damn girl ALONE! Put this much effort into BLACK COMMUNITIES! Like DETROIT, NYC! Give them, that much energy!" another urged.