Megan Thee Stallion’s time on social media after her incident with Tory Lanez has been fraught with trolls and opinions on whether or not the shooting that happened to her actually took place. She’s spoken up and also shared photos of her injuries but it’s just not enough for some. Rapper Ca$htalk is continuing to speak out against his compatriot in hip-hop.
While some of hip-hop and music’s biggest artists have since spoken up in support of Megan, her recovery and her successes, some have chosen to go the other route and exploit the situation for press or worked to support Tory Lanez and denounce Megan’s actions.
Now, a respected figure in hip-hop from Megan’s home state is speaking up on her behalf and letting everyone know that the situation is serious and Megan is not the one in the wrong. Bun B of the group UGK thinks Tory Lanez had “no reason to shoot this girl.”
“I tried to be impartial and cool about this, but f**k that man,” said Bun B in a posted video.
Other names like Halle Berry, Chance the Rapper, Michael B. Jordan and even Cardi B have taken Meg’s side. Violence against women is never OK and some of the celebrities have even commiserated with Megan and what happened to her. Others used the situation to promote themselves, unfortunately.
“Lol what I have learned abt majority of the people on social media is y’all like to hear bad news before good news, a lie spreads quicker than the truth, and y’all really be believing the sh** YALL make up,” Megan wrote in a now-deleted post caption where she showed her injuries. Some of the lies about her situation being floated on the internet include that she “violated” Tory Lanez, castigated him because he was “short” and other vicious rumors.
Megan’s denied any and all of the chatter that’s been permeating the Internet since this whole ordeal started but now rapper Ca$htalk out of Atlanta thinks she is more to blame than she lets on and is letting the world know about it.
Earlier this week on another post in which Ca$htalk antagonized Megan, there was a miscommunication as Waka Flocka Flame seemed to support Ca$htalk’s criticisms against Megan. Waka claimed he was complimenting Ca$htalk’s shirt and he issued a statement clearing it up, when Megan took aim – seemingly at Waka – saying that he never made it past the “9th grade.”
Turns out she was aiming the comment at Ca$htalk and when he realized it, he clapped back again at Megan. “You running around here unlady like smashing all these n—-s and now you want a n—-a to feel sorry for you,” the rapper wrote, completing his message with a facepalm emoji.
No response from Megan after his latest retort but see the post below.