Rapper Tory Lanez tweeted Thursday about Kodak Black, who is back in the studio after having his sentence commuted by former President Donald Trump.
“Y’all ni**as don’t understand how hard this ni**a Kodak finna come back,” Lanez wrote.
A user replied: “Jail time for you boo.”
Lanez then responded: “Lol it’s like y’all don’t understand… if I was suppose to be in jail… I would be in jail… please leave me alone… I’m TIDE BLEACH BIHHH.”
“And dats on ‘innocence’ bihhh,” he added.
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The embattled emcee has been charged with felony assault in a shooting earlier this year that injured rap superstar Megan Thee Stallion.
When he was charged in October, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office issued a statement which included the following: “On July 12, the defendant and the 25-year-old victim got into an argument while riding in an SUV in the Hollywood Hills. The victim exited the vehicle and [Tory Lanez] is accused of shooting several times at her feet and wounding her.”
“The defendant also faces a gun allegation,” officials contended, “and that he personally inflicted great bodily injury.”
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The case has been hotly debated on social media, with Megan frequently defending her allegations that it was Lanez who shot her in her feet. She was treated at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles.
Most recently, she took to Twitter after an unsubstantiated story circulated asserting charges against Lanez had been dropped.
“Y’all can’t tell when sh*t fake news?” she tweeted. “Y’all still don’t see an ABUSER picking with me?”
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“The first court date got pushed back bc of the inauguration,” Megan continued, “but I can’t wait until the MF FACTS come out!”
Last week, Lanez’s attorneys asked a California judge to drop a gag order preventing him from speaking publicly about the case, saying it was “significantly prejudicial” and it “jeopardizes his right to a fair and judicial proceeding.”
Lanez is due back in court on Feb. 25.
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