Tory Lanez reportedly told Megan Thee Stallion to ‘dance’ before shooting


Surprising new details continue to emerge in the Megan Thee Stallion / Tory Lanez filming story.To witness it, The resort has new relationships from a source “close to the situation”, who affirms that “before firing four shots at the feet of Megan Thee Stallion, Tory Lanez would have said to her:” Dance, bitch “.

Meanwhile, an insider told Page Six that the source’s claims in the Resort’s story were “true.”

The outlet’s source also alleges that Lanez, 28, offered Megan, 25, and her friend Kelsey Nicole “silent money” following the incident.

“While she’s going to have surgery, this maniac is texting her,” the source said. “He’s basically trying to say he’ll pay. Her friend is [also] receive calls to receive money. He was trying to keep her silent.

Reached for comment by Page Six, the Lanez rep tells us that the claims are “completely false, fabricated and senseless.” [Lanez] categorically denies these accusations. ”

The 24 hours have been crazy for this story, which dates back to mid-July. Lanez teased an ad on set on Thursday after two months of silence, despite being just a photo from his new album cover.

On the album “Daystar” – which a representative told us was released ” on the anniversary of the day her mother, Luella Peterson died – which was also her birthday “- Lanez denies shooting Megan, asking on the track” Money Over Fallouts “,” How the f – k you get shot , don’t you touch any bones or tendons?

Lanez also used the album to discuss Kylie Jenner’s involvement in the evening – implicating that Megan was jealous of her flirtation with Jenner at a party that night – and offering a lukewarm, vague apology for her other. behavior towards the line. “There are traumas in my past that make me speak loudly and lash you / Sorry for the times my attitude got mixed up with status, too.” ”

On Friday, Megan’s team accused Lanez’s camp of launching a “smear campaign” against the “WAP” rapper.

“We have been made aware of the manipulated text messages and fabricated email accounts that have been disseminated to the media in a calculated attempt to peddle a false account of the events that took place on July 12,” the lawyer said. from Megan, Alex Spiro, to Page Six on Fridays.

“A smear campaign cannot change the truth. ”

Additional reporting by Eileen Reslen


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