Tory Lanez Sentencing Delayed Following Marathon Court Session for Shooting Megan Thee Stallion

The sentencing of rapper Tory Lanez for shooting Megan Thee Stallion in the feet has been postponed after an extended two-day court session.


The incident, which involved Megan Thee Stallion being shot by Lanez after allegedly being told to dance, has garnered significant attention.

During the trial, Grammy-winning hip hop artist Megan Thee Stallion emotionally expressed the enduring impact of the incident, stating that she has not found a moment of peace since the attack.

She conveyed her journey towards healing while acknowledging that the experience has forever altered her.

Megan Thee Stallion’s Statement and Struggle

Megan Thee Stallion, known for her hit “WAP,” disclosed her internal struggle regarding whether to deliver her statement in person.


She conveyed her inability to face Lanez once more, emphasizing that her absence should not be mistaken for indifference.

Instead, it reflected her profound emotional response to the situation.

Megan Thee Stallion implored Judge David Herriford to impose a substantial sentence on Lanez and called for her experience to be taken into account during the sentencing process, which is now scheduled for Tuesday.

Incident Details and Court Testimony

During the trial, Megan Thee Stallion, whose real name is Megan Pete, recounted the events leading to the shooting.

She testified that Lanez had fired a gun at the back of her feet and demanded that she dance as she was walking away from an SUV.


The altercation transpired after they left a party hosted by Kylie Jenner.

Megan revealed that the argument escalated from her mocking Lanez’s musical abilities.

Judge Herriford acknowledged Megan’s vulnerability as a victim during the incident, while also considering Lanez’s actions as not being particularly cruel or callous.

Factors Influencing the Decision

The judge mentioned that he would factor in Lanez’s attempts to intimidate Megan through social media posts and song lyrics, as well as his efforts to cast doubt on whether she was truly shot.

Megan’s statement highlighted Lanez’s lack of remorse and his tendency to shift blame onto external factors.


She noted that he had attempted to exploit his own childhood trauma to deflect accountability.

These factors would likely play a role in Judge Herriford’s decision regarding Lanez’s sentence.

Prosecution’s Demand and Defense’s Response

Prosecutors are urging the court to sentence Lanez, whose legal name is Daystar Peterson, to 13 years in prison.Lanez was found guilty of multiple felonies, including assault with a semiautomatic firearm, possession of an unregistered firearm in a vehicle, and discharging a firearm with gross negligence.

Lanez’s defense team, on the other hand, argues for probation and his release from jail to participate in a substance abuse program.

They plan to challenge his conviction through an appeal process.



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