Tory Lanez Shouted 'Dance Bitch' At Megan Thee Stallion While Allegedly Shooting At Her, Cops Says Rapper Offered Her Money Not To Snitch
Tory Lanez screamed "dance bitch, dance" at Megan Thee Stallion while allegedly firing shots at her feet. The detective on the case just gave his testimony and detailed the scary incident that happened in July 2020.
LAPD Det. Ryan Stogner took the stand in a pre-trial hearing on Tuesday, claiming the rapper shouted the command while unloading his gun, allegedly hitting Megan in the foot.
According to Stogner, the WAP rapper told him Tory was drunk during the shooting. He denies he ever fired a gun at Megan.
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The detective stated under oath that Tory stood on the step board of the SUV and fired shots at Megan, who was standing on the street. She "immediately felt pain to her feet, observed blood, fell to the ground, and then crawled to an adjacent driveway of a residence."
Stogner also testified that he was told Tory bribed Megan with money not to snitch on him.
At first, Megan claimed she had stepped on broken glass, but Stogner said that's because she feared police would shoot Tory if they knew he had a gun.
She later came clean, accusing Tory of shooting at her and hitting her in the foot.
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The rapper showcased gruesome pictures of her injuries after revealing she had to get surgery on her foot to remove the bullets. Luckily, no tendons or bones were hit during the scary incident.
Taking to her social media, Megan cleared up the rumors. "I usually don’t address internet bullsh*t but y’all people are so sick! God was really watching over me and I’m healing so well! Sorry I’m not ass sad and miserable as a lot of y’all lol but ima keep being Megan Thee Mf STALLION," she wrote in August 2020.
Tory was charged with one count of assault with a semiautomatic firearm in a manner that caused great bodily injury, and one count of carrying of a concealed, unregistered weapon.
He pled not guilty.