Tory Lanez in prison because of his time at Rolling Loud? • RAPRNB

Invited by DaBaby this weekend during the Rolling Loud festival, Tory Lanez could have to explain himself to justice. He would indeed not have respected the order of expulsion towards Megan Thee Stallion issued against him.

Definitely, the passage from DaBaby to Rolling Loud will not be remembered for the right reasons. This Sunday, July 25, the rapper from Charlotte was present on the stage of the festival organized in Miami and the least we can say is that his performance is highly criticized. He is notably accused of having made homophobic remarks in the middle of the show, and rather badly defended himself subsequently on social networks, which earned him many criticisms from the LGBT community. And that’s not the only thing that posed a problem during his performance, since DaBaby also invited a certain Tory Lanez on stage, which did not really delight spectators and Internet users. Ironically, the 2 met a few minutes after the show of Megan Thee Stallion, who for more than a year accuses the native of Brampton of having shot her, repeatedly touching her on the feet.

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Justice ready to catch up with Tory Lanez?

And precisely, a problem arises after this surprise appearance of Tory Lanez since the Californian justice, which is still investigating this shooting case, had chosen to issue a removal order against him. The latter was therefore not allowed to approach Megan within 100 yards, which represents a distance of about 91 meters. However, the rapper from Houston was still backstage when the DaBaby show took place, and Tory did not respect this distance. Very annoyed to see Lanez strutting on stage while the case is still ongoing, Megan’s team therefore logically chose to notify the police services, but also the county justice in charge of the case. If the rapper’s request is granted, it could mean Tory Lanez’s provisional imprisonment, pending trial.

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