Three days ago, Canadian rapper Tory Lanez released the music video for his song “Mucky James.” It would have been just another release from his orbit, except that some critics thought he referenced his tiff with Megan Thee Stallion and also violated the court order she had won against him.
He didn’t mention Megan Thee Stallion in the song. However, Meek Mill’s name popped in there – and not for good. The lyrics indicated that Meek Mill hadn’t done well by him. But that’s by the way.
The allegation that he spoke about his tiff with Megan Thee Stallion in that song carried the most weight, and that was what he addressed.
In a tweet, Tory Lanez denied he had spoken about Megan Thee Stallion in the song. He also clarified that he has a lot of respect for the judge and could not have gone contrary to the judge’s verdict. You can check out the tweet below.
In a related tweet, the songster made it clear that he says whatever he feels like without apology. He said people get too scared of what others might say that they end up losing their own freedom.
The controversial music video follows if you haven’t watched it yet.