Megan Thee Stallion Seemingly Addresses People Who Doubt She Was Shot During New 'Traumazine' Album:
Megan Thee Stallion Seemingly Addresses People Who Doubt She Was Shot During New 'Traumazine' Album: I'm Just Not Shaped A Way That Make These N***as Give A F*ck
Megan Thee Stallion is calling out her naysayers on her sophomore studio album "Traumazine."
As previously reported, Megan Thee Stallion, real name Megan Pete, released her sophomore album "Traumazine" on Friday (Aug. 12). During the 18-song track list, Megan Thee Stallion isn't holding anything back as she speaks on her career, personal life, haters, and, of course, the Tory Lanez, born Daystar Peterson, shooting incident. As you may already know, Megan and Tory Lanez are currently wrapped up in a legal battle over who is responsible for shooting the "WAP" rapper on July 15, 2020. Megan claims Tory Lanez is the one who pulled the trigger, however, in November 2020 Lanez pleaded not guilty to assault with a semiautomatic handgun.
On her newly released track "...Not Nice" Megan calls out people who have doubted her story. She raps,
"I guess my skin not light enough, My dialect not white enough/
Or maybe I'm just not shaped a way that make these n***as give a f*ck"
Megan Thee Stallion
During the same song, the Texas native seems to take a few shots at her former bestie Kelsey Nicole as well - who was present when Tory allegedly shot her. However, Megan previously shared that she thinks Kelsey Nicole was paid off by Tory not to speak on the incident. She raps,
"When it comes to cutting people off, b*tch I don't think twice"
"And after all I did for b*tches, this is how they do me? B*tch I kept your bills paid, you was sick I paid for surgery."
On the song "Who Me" - a collaboration with the currently incarcerated Pooh Shiesty - Megan continues to air out her feelings and raps,
I feel like Biggie, who shot you? But everybody know who shot me, b*tch. Now let's stop speaking on that topic"
Later on the album, Megan speaks about losing her mother, Holly Thomas, who passed away due to a brain tumor in March 2019. During the track "Anxiety" she raps,
"If I could write a letter to Heaven/I would tell my mama that I shoulda been listenin'/And I would tell her sorry that I really been wildin'/And ask her to forgive me, 'cause I really been tryin'"
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