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 Michael B. Jordan and Halle Berry are among the big names expressing support for Megan Thee Stallion during this difficult time.

On Friday, both celebrities took to Twitter to say they were standing behind the Houston rapper, who recently went into more detail about her shooting incident involving Tory Lanez.

Peace. Protection. Respect. For ALL Black Women. ALWAYS. @theestallion, we stand with you. F**k this sh**. #ProtectBlackWomen, Halle wrote.

Meg I admire your courage and applaud you for speaking up,” Jordan tweeted. “We must Support Black Women, Protect Black Women, and Believe Black Women.”

Recently the Lakers’ J.R. Smith has come to Megan’s defense too. He called Tory a “clown”, and urged fans to stop listening to his music.

Previously Kehlani reassured  fans that she would be dropping Tory’s verse on “Can I” from her deluxe album and R&B singer Jo Jo said she would also can Tory’s feature on her track “Comeback.”

These supportive tweets came only a day after Megan publicly accused Lanez of shooting her in her feet on July 12 in Los Angeles. The rapper previously confirmed she sustained gun wounds during the incident, but initially declined to say who pulled the trigger. Haters online questioned whether Megan was telling the truth. Last week the rapper revealed the gruesome  photos of her gun shot wounds to the feet to silence social media warriors.

Following weeks of speculation and swirling rumors accusing the rapper of lying about being shot, Megan called out Tory and his team for spreading lies to the media and finally blatantly said what many people already assumed: Lanez was the one who shot her.

Despite the backlash, Meg has been showered with supportive messages like this from celebrities. It’s welcoming change following all of the unnecessary accusations and drama Megan has gone through following such a tough situation.
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