Tory Lanez Denies That His Streams Have Dropped After Megan Thee Stallion Shooting

Written by on September 7, 2020

Tory Lanez continues to face backlash for allegedly taking pictures Megan Thee Stallion, however he gained’t let his repute be tarnished.

Within the wake of the taking pictures and his silence, the Canadian rapper has come below hearth from social media and his friends together with T.I. and Bun B, who’ve spoken out in opposition to him, whereas artists like Kehlani and JoJo have eliminated him from their albums.

Now Forbes studies that followers could also be boycotting his music. The outlet claims that Tory’s whole streaming numbers have “plummeted” by as much as 40 p.c within the wake of Megan’s accusations.

His streams had been between 20-30 million since mid-June, in keeping with Nielsen Music/MRC Knowledge. Nonetheless, after Megan’s livestream on Aug. 20, Tory’s streaming numbers reportedly fell by practically 9 million, a 40% lower from the earlier week’s 22 million streams.

After Forbes printed their story, Tory has come ahead to disclaim the report. He advised HotNewHipHop that his streaming numbers haven’t taken a success. “Lmao that’s such a lie. 40% the place ?!!” he wrote in a Twitter DM. “I’ve 27 million month-to-month listeners on Spotify presently.”

Throughout her Instagram Dwell final month, Meg accused Tory of taking pictures her for “no purpose” after a Hollywood Hills celebration on July 12. “Sure, this ni**a Tory shot me. You shot me. And you bought your publicist and your individuals going to those blogs mendacity and shit. Cease mendacity,” she stated.

Megan suffered a number of gunshot wounds and needed to have surgical procedure to take away the bullets. She initially advised the police that she lower her foot on glass with a view to shield herself and the opposite passengers. Tory was arrested and charged for carrying a hid weapon, however he may be going through assault prices.

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