A List Of Celebs Who Canceled Teensy-Tiny Twerp Tory Lanez

BYE BOZO: A List Of Celebs Who Canceled Teensy-Tiny Twerp Tory Lanez

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It’s been a few days since Megan Thee Stallion shook up the music industry by confirming Tory Lanez as her shooter on that now-infamous night that continues to dominate social media as the hottest trending topic in all of entertainment.

“Yes… Tory shot me. You shot me and you got your publicist and your people going to these blogs lying,” she said in an Instagram Live video. “Stop lying. Why lie? I don’t understand.”

“I didn’t tell the police nothing because I didn’t want us to get in no more trouble,” she added in the viral post.

Oh, but Meg wasn’t done.

“Lol what I have learned abt majority of the people on social media is y’all like to hear bad news before good news, a lie spreads quicker than the truth, and y’all really be believing the sh*t YALL make up,” she captioned in the now deleted post.

“I got hit at the back of my feet because when I got shot I was WALKING AWAY FACING THE BACK. why would I lie abt getting shot?” she added.

Now, you would think celebs, especially A-list women, would have moved the Heavens and Earth to support Megan and condemn Tory Lanez but it’s veryyy quiet in Hollyweird. Only a handful of celebs like Bun B have spoken out in support of Meg.

Eerily quiet, with only a few celebs brave enough to speak out against the once wildly popular King of Quarantine who mingled with all the biggest artists in the industry.

Lanez was arrested the morning of the incident on suspicion of possession of a concealed weapon and released on bail later that day but has not been charged with anything related to the incident. Police and prosecutors say the case remains under investigation.

Do you agree with Bun B and other celebs taking a stand against Tory? What do you think should happen to him moving forward? Tell us in the comments and hit the flip for a collection of celebs who canceled teensy-tiny twerp Tory Lanez.

Bun B

“F*ck Tory Lanez, and I don’t care if this go viral or none of this sh*t,” said the trill OG in the now viral video.

“I’m from Houston and if somebody would have done something to Megan in this city, we would’ve rode.”

Full video: https://instagram.com/p/CEPj4EpF4mD/

“She ain’t got her momma no more, her momma is gone. Her daddy is gone. Her grandmother is gone. All the people that loved her and cared about her unconditionally that looked out for her and would have protected her ain’t there.

So, as an OG in Houston, I’m standing up. Tory Lanez is some ho* a** sh*t. Period. Yeah, I know Tory. I know his manager. I know all of ’em, man. F*ck all that though. F*ck all that.”

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The R&B star announced that she removed Tory Lanez’s verse from hit single “Can I” off the deluxe version of her latest album “It Was Good Until It Wasn’t.”

“As someone with a large platform, as someone that people look up to, as a woman that makes other women feel safe and empowered, people were asking me, ‘Are you gonna keep somebody on it who doesn’t necessarily make us feel safe or empowered as a woman?’” she said in the above interview.

“And not only that but, you know, this situation was involving someone that I [am] extremely close to, so I just felt like on some loyal sh*t, and on some do the right thing, you have to be responsible. Absolutely I’m changing up the record.”

“It was business and it was also loyalty to a situation. This is not an industry friendship. That’s really my friend and someone I say I love you to.”

J.R. Smith

The sharp-shooting NBA champ got straight to the point in his IG stories.

“This clown shoots a female an y’all listening to his music like it’s ok! Tf @torylanez you a straight clown straight facts an tell whoever to hit my line it’s whatever!” he wrote in the post


The beloved songstress revealed that she removed her Tory Lanez collab from the upcoming deluxe version of her “Good To Know” album.

Maxo Kream

The underrated Houston rapper (who collabed with Meg on “She Live”) voices support for the Rap superstar at the 1:10 mark.

Chicago rapper Lil Reese was one of the first rappers to speak out against Tory Lanez.

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